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In this week’s issue:
In-depth, original reporting on housing, transportation, and development.
9 rehabbed homes and a test of radical housing activism are coming to this block
Agency officials hope the new residents will occupy the homes by the end of the year — a fast timeline warranted by a growing affordability crisis compounded by the pandemic.
2 days ago
Mayor Kenney’s first 2020 veto reversed in win for Society Hill Civic
Council overrode the veto despite objections from critics who said the regulations set the city back on efforts to create housing and reduce car use.
6 days ago
Disability and design: Creating equitable spaces
COVID-19 has shown how our cities and spaces can fail to keep us healthy. But for the 15% of the population living with a disability, this awareness came before the pandemic.
Air Date: October 22, 2020
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