Good morning, Feeders!
Emma Jacobs is hanging out with SEPTA workers this morning as we get a glimpse at how the transit agency will recycle energy on the Market-Frankford Line.
Later, Emma will head to Delaware County for the latest news on the Sunoco refinery site.
Tom MacDonald is catching up with the Committee of Seventy, which is calling for transparency as the School District of Philadelphia considers superintendent candidates.
Carolyn Beeler will tell us about the next step in taking the stigma out of rapid HIV tests, and Peter Crimmins will meet with an artist who’s making a circus out of a museum.
And be sure to check out today’s essay from Amy Z. Quinn. Our zoning and development reporter reflects on her family’s relationship with a Manayunk parish that’s about to close for good.