Posts Tagged ‘Sustainability’

Previewing The City’s Updated Sustainability Plan

Previewing The City’s Updated Sustainability Plan

August 11, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Greenworks to be simplified and geared toward communities, high commercial vacancy rate along Frankford Ave, charter school changes hands, Free Library to highlight early Mormon history, and relocated garden center to open > more

Serendipity And Sustainability Take The Plunge At Thompson Bathhouse

Serendipity And Sustainability Take The Plunge At Thompson Bathhouse

December 10, 2015  |  News

Under the El at Girard, a couple sets out to turn an historic bathhouse into a progressive playspace for children. Co-editor Michael Bixler reports > more

Small Steps To Energize West Market Street

Small Steps To Energize West Market Street

December 4, 2015  |  Morning Blend

How to energize Philly’s “most boring street,” first set of vacant properties likely to be deposited in Land Bank, reviewing Nutter’s record on sustainability, and a century of gratuitous literature in Overbrook > more

Water Department Cracks Down On Runoff Regulations

Water Department Cracks Down On Runoff Regulations

July 16, 2015  |  Morning Blend

City department implements regulation upgrade, Allan Domb suggests Philly follow NYC’s lead on tax collection, and Philly ranked as a terrible city to drive in > more

Demolition Of Tourison's Hall In Mt. Airy Begins

Demolition Of Tourison’s Hall In Mt. Airy Begins

May 28, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Century-old building in Mt. Airy being replaced with mixed use, Historical Commission committee stands for retention of neon lighting for PSFS Building, and advocating for more solar energy > more