Monthly Archives: June 2012

Metro: Brighter commutes from subway station overhauls

June 25, 2012 By Solomon D. Leach Photo: Customers warmed quickly to new and improved stations. By: Kevin Cook, Metro. (Metro Philly) The most expensive and most visible project of SEPTA’s nearly $200 million in federal stimulus spending was marked … Continue reading

Posted in Economy and Workforce, Improving Transportation and Infrastructure, News, Uncategorized

Philadelphia Inquirer: Lack of computer access a major hurdle for the poor

June 11, 2012 By Alfred Lubrano Instructor Hamidou Traore (right) talks with students (from left) Shakeya Precha, Teisha Reynolds, and Ashley Epps during computer class in the technology center at Families First at People’s Emergency Center. By Tom Gralish, Philadelphia … Continue reading

Posted in Broadband Expansion Round Two, Economy and Workforce, News, Public Computer Centers

City of Philadelphia: City Announces Sale of Revenue Bonds for Building Energy Conservation Project

March 26, 2012 Mark McDonald, Press Secretary (City of Philadelphia)¬†On May 31, 2012, the City of Philadelphia, through the Philadelphia Municipal Authority, completed the sale of its City Agreement Revenue Bonds, Series 2012A and Series 2012B (Federally Taxable Qualified Energy … Continue reading

Posted in Creating a More Sustainable Philadelphia, News, Press Releases