If you’re headed down the shore this weekend, don’t forget to bring our big Councilmanic Prerogative report with Pew for some beach reading.
Dave Davies talks to some ex-City Councilmen who took prerogative too far and went to jail.
Early details on Brandywine’s plans for mixed-use offices and residences on the 2100 block of Market Street, recently purchased from Richard Basciano.
How long will it take for the legislature to come to a budget deal with Governor Wolf after they run out of staffing money?
Gabriel Metcalf makes the case that anti-infill politics doesn’t mesh with movement progressivism.
Sprawl repair as “the Chicken McNuggets of urbanism”
Inga Saffron on reusing old churches.
Tacony was named a “Great Neighborhood” winner by the American Planning Association’s PA chapter.
Easton, PA up in the Lehigh Valley is about to pass a parklet ordinance, charging $11 a day per parking space.
Beautiful translucent, energy-generating highway noise barriers from the Netherlands.