Logan neighbors to discuss undeveloped “Triangle”

    Tonight’s quarterly meeting of the Logan Neighborhood Advisory Committee is dedicated to seeking a sustainable development plan for the Logan Triangle.

    The area between 11th and Sixth streets, Roosevelt Boulevard and Loudon and Wingohocking streets comprises 35 acres of land that’s remain undeveloped for 25 years.

    Katherine Gajewski, director of sustainability for the City of Philadelphia; and Kristin Sullivan, project director with Solar America Cities; will be on hand to provide a general overview of relevant sustainability initiatives and solar energy technology.

    The group will meet from 7 to 9 pm at Holy Trinity Presbyterian Church

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