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    • A rendering of 2110 E. Norris St.

Fishtown developer proposes fence; gives neighbors the ‘middle finger’

A 95-unit apartment building is coming to a blighted Fishtown lot near the Berks elevated train stop. In a reprieve from Philadelphia’s toxic parking wars, neighbors aren’t worried about where residents…

    • New houses abut old in Northern Liberties, one of the city’s fastest gentrifying areas.

City officials: Philly to add 100,000 homes by 2028

A housing plan introduced by Philadelphia planning czar Anne Fadullon Wednesday calls for producing and preserving a combined 100,000 units over the next 10 years.   Billed as the first comprehensive citywide…

    • myPhillyRising

The myPhillyRising mobile app tells residents about upcoming events, local resources available.

The City of Philadelphia introduced a new mobile web application (app) that allows citizens quickly to find out more about neighborhoods that are part of the PhillyRising Collaborative. Core features of…

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Report complaints on-the-go with Philly 311 app

The city’s official 311 app is here. Though the project was initially long-delayed, the city met its most recent deadline for a Labor Day launch. The free app, built by…

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Water Department rate increase hearing scheduled in Lawncrest

From the City of Philadelphia: The Philadelphia Water Department (PWD) recently announced its proposal to seek rate changes, beginning Oct. 1, 2012, to maintain the City’s top-quality water, alleviate flooding, meet…

Clark Park revitalization to begin next week

Clark Park will see its northern acres revitalized starting August 9, the University City Review reports. Lead by the Clark Park Partnership (which includes Friends of Clark Park, Commission on…

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City offices closed again today

Due to the persistent snow, all City offices will be closed again today. Those employees not required to assist with snow removal are once again encouraged to stay home, and…

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Nine CLIP employees arrested

Nine city employees with the Community Life Improvement Program were arrested yesterday in connection with a year-long grand jury investigation. The employees are charged with stealing from some homes they were…

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