Posts Tagged ‘delinquency’

Altered Redevelopment Plans In Northwest Philly Elicit Backlash From Residents

Altered Redevelopment Plans In Northwest Philly Elicit Backlash From Residents

May 27, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Nolen Properties hears from critics to latest proposal, City’s collection of delinquent taxes improving, plans scrapped for a permanent Transfer Station in Manayunk, and 1900 Arch nearly complete > more

New PWD Project To Teach Children Ecology & Technology

New PWD Project To Teach Children Ecology & Technology

April 17, 2014  |  Morning Blend

GreenSTEM systems to be installed in four schools, the inequality of urban pollution, jazz month in Philly, parklets being installed in West Philly, and terrible timing in closing Kensington store > more

City Making Progress In Tax Collection Efforts

City Making Progress In Tax Collection Efforts

December 6, 2013  |  Morning Blend

How the Nutter administration is faring with delinquency collection campaign, Friends of the Wissahickon look ahead, coffins found by PWD in North Philly, and the need for more density and less cars > more

L&I Forces Recalcitrant Landlord To Improve Facades

L&I Forces Recalcitrant Landlord To Improve Facades

November 4, 2013  |  Morning Blend

Increased L&I regulations spur change, filling Italian Market stalls, finding money to finish the Race Street Connector, renovations for a forgotten cemetery, and Stacy Levy’s “Rain Yard” > more

SEPTA Police Cracking Down At Broad & Olney

SEPTA Police Cracking Down At Broad & Olney

October 21, 2013  |  Morning Blend

Olney Transportation Center becomes latest focus of SEPTA police, groundbreaking today for new HQ at the Navy Yard, a new app from the City seeks to better connect citizens to their neighborhoods, and a new look at the extent of delinquency in Philadelphia > more