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City Councilman Pushes To Change Zoning Rules

Junkyards and auto repair shops are ruining some Philly neighborhoods, at least according to one City Councilman who wants to change the zoning rules to reign them in.


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Plan For ‘Super Wawa’ In Conshohocken Divides Residents

On Wednesday night, the Borough Council will hold a public hearing on whether to pass a proposed text amendment to a Conshohocken zoning ordinance.


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Philadelphia Lawmakers Modify City’s Brand-New Zoning Code, Over Objections of Authors

City Council’s Rules Committee, by a narrow 4-3 vote, approved changes to the zoning code proposed by 10th District councilman Brian O’Neill.


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Point Breeze Zoning Proposal Divides The Community By Race, Income

A proposed development in Philadelphia’s Point Breeze neighborhood becomes of lightning rod for racial and income divisions.



In Center City, From Bank to Billiards?

A zoning hearing is set for this week on plans for what’s being billed as the first upscale billiards parlor in Center City, in the old Beneficial Bank building. But the project has some neighbors up in arms.