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At HUD, Diaz opinion marked shift in public housing development
8 years ago
Map: The most dangerous places for pedestrians in each City Council district
Q&A: Nelson Diaz on affordable housing, attracting new business, and expanding SEPTA
Jim Kenney’s new website endorses Vision Zero and takes some planning and transportation positions
Q&A: Jim Kenney on public transportation, pedestrian safety, and South Philly’s organized chaos
PACDC hopes candidates will focus on equitable neighborhood development
Clarke modifies charter proposal, seeks Council approval of new cabinet appointee
Doug Oliver’s competitiveness case for a stronger Philly nighttime economy
Matysik drops out of At-Large Council race
Five moments that explain Jim Kenney’s planning politics
#PHL2015: Councilman Jim Kenney resigning from City Council on Thursday
That time Councilman Kenney read every ingredient in a Primo Hoagie into the Council record
#PHL2015: Ken Trujillo abruptly cancels Mayoral bid
The top five Philly planning politics fights of 2014
City Council candidate: Give the PPA back to Philly
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