Fwd: PlanPhilly: Ballet's plan for N. Broad would raze building in Callowhill historic district
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Dec. 8, 2011
CAN'T MISS EVENT OF THE WEEK — Philadelphia City Planning Commission Monthly Meeting 12/13
TUESDAY, Dec. 13: 1:00pm - 5:00pm. Commission meetings may be preceded by a briefing session for Members of the Commission. The Public is invited to attend. [Read more]
Thu., Dec. 8
Fri., Dec. 9
Sat., Dec. 10
- School Garden Grant Program
- Opportunity Knocks, Call for Nominations
- Johnson House Quilting Class through December
- Christmas in the Colonial City
- Grumblethorpe Holiday Open House
Tue., Dec. 13
Wed., Dec. 14
- ULI Philadelphia Recent Developments in Lease Accounting Bring Changes Closer to Reality
- Get Ready for Upcoming Lease Accounting Changes with December 14 Panel
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By Alan Jaffe
The proposal preserves three buildings on the site; the fourth will fall for a rehearsal space that mimics the Academy of Music stage.
Lea Elementary parents learned for the first time last night that the school would likely be receiving students from Charles Drew once it closes. The facilities plan released last month did not identify Lea as a receiver school.
Bill No. 110845 - ushering in a new zoning code - will get a first reading Thursday morning and go up for a vote next week.
By Patrick Kerkstra
Recommendations for District and Licenses & Inspections range from demolishing all buildings that are structurally unsound to interior and exterior inspections in order to determine potential public hazards that need to be addressed immediately.
By Kellie Patrick Gates
Proposal displeases Northern Liberties residents, who fear bar's growth would bring more noise. Legislation, introduced by outgoing First District Councilman Frank DiCicco, benefits Finnegan's Wake owner Mike Driscoll, a Democratic Committeeman.
The 19th Street Baptist Church designed by Frank Furness and George Hewitt, is in dire shape. But the church congregation is working with preservation experts to help buy the building time, by raising money in order to make emergency repairs before winter weather sets in.
By Ashley Hahn
EOTS Editor Ashley Hahn notes how in less than a decade, Philadelphia has experienced a planning rebirth and our city's planning culture is changing. What will we make of this new day?
The security union says DRWC changed schedules to punish them, and negotiations for its first contract have stalled. DRWC says the schedule changes were routine, and it was waiting for the union to respond to a list of available dates.
The Commission's nod signals a start to Dilworth Plaza renovations. It includes three new elevators, two new fare lines with the installation of new payment technologies, structural repairs and improvements ... and more.
By Matt Golas
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