Posts Tagged ‘Philadelphia Water Department’

The Schuylkill: “Hidden River” On Grand Display

October 1, 2014  |  News

With a boardwalk in Center City and a reimagined rec center in Manayunk each set to open this week, Philadelphia has two inspiring venues in which to see the Schuylkill River anew > more

National Liberty Museum Hopes To Inspire An Appreciation For Freedom

National Liberty Museum Hopes To Inspire An Appreciation For Freedom

September 26, 2014  |  Morning Blend

The National Liberty Museum updates its exhibitions, AAA claims vested rights for Pennsport project, Google to drop “Temple Town” designation, and some surprise storm water management work next to Dickinson Square Park > more

Architectural Committee Approves Azalea Gardens Design

Architectural Committee Approves Azalea Gardens Design

September 24, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Update on the 40th & Pine preservation battle, SEPTA to get $68 million from federal government, Council Committee seeking $30 million loan for school district, and protracted construction on Temple University’s Streets > more

PWD Launches Bundled Grant Program For Stormwater Management

PWD Launches Bundled Grant Program For Stormwater Management

July 18, 2014  |  Morning Blend

New policy assuages grant process for applicants, mandatory signs for construction and demo projects, Old City skyscraper tries again, micro-grants for Germantown, and the latest on Dilworth Plaza > more

Museum To Bondholders: Please Don’t Touch Our Assets

Museum To Bondholders: Please Don’t Touch Our Assets

July 8, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Delinquent museum may loose some of its exhibits, a call for the burial of powerlines outside Center City, hotel numbers down from lack of conventions, Philly takes the bronze when it comes to Amtrak ridership, and South St garden set to “pop up” tonight > more