Public forum looks at zoning code reform ahead of City Council’s vote

    As we close in on City Council’s vote on the zoning code reform, a public forum tonight aims to make the proposals easier to understand and give people a chance to see how council is approaching the issue.

    That ought to prove fairly easy, since three councilmen and a deputy mayor will be on hand.

    NewsWorks partner PlanPhilly is joining PennPraxis and the Daily News to host the event at the DN headquarters at 400 N. Broad St. tonight at 6:30. Councilmen Bill Green, Frank DiCicco and Darrell Clarke are expected to attend, as is Deputy Mayor of Planning and Economic Development Alan Greenberger.

    Anyone intersted in attending is asked to register with PlanPhilly.

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