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Photo Slideshow: Boston’s “Big Dig” Landscaping and Utilities
Photos courtesy of Richard Redding, director of community planning, Philadelphia City Planning Commission
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House passes bill that would create federal grant program to support ‘living shorelines’
The U.S. House of Representatives passed legislation Tuesday to help protect coastal communities from sea level rise and stronger storms caused by climate change.
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PECO used eminent domain to seize University City’s vacant midcentury mod motel
PECO used eminent domain to seize 600 University Avenue. It’s only the second time the utility has used its taking power since 1973.
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High risk dams pose upstream danger for many Pennsylvanians
A group of 145 dams are rated, in data supplied to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, as both high-hazard and in either poor or unsatisfactory condition.
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