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The Frankford Gazette has the minutes from last night’s civic association meeting. Among the topics covered were recovery houses, zoning issues and and recent crime complaints.
In-depth, original reporting on housing, transportation, and development.
SEPTA responds to Kensington concerns with more repairs and community collaboration
On April 23 at 8 p.m. SEPTA will shut down the elevators at the station for repairs. No date has been set on when they’ll reopen yet.
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Landlords use eviction records to screen tenants. Kendra Brooks wants to limit that
Dubbed as the Renters’ Access Act, the bills aim to limit how eviction records and credit scores can be used when landlords review applications.
Street sweeping is back: What to know about Kenney’s $62 million cleaning plan
Kenney’s plan includes $62 million over five years to expand mechanical street sweeping in certain neighborhoods.
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