Commercial Corridors and the Philadelphia Platform

Civic Philly • 5 June 2019
Event date 6 Jun '19 05:30 pm - 07:30 pm
Event location Pipeline Philly • 30 S 15th St, Fl 15th, Philadelphia, 19102, PA, United States
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How can state government do a better job of supporting Philadelphia's diverse commercial corridors?

Join us for a discussion with state Reps. Jared Solomon, Morgan Cephas, Pam DeLissio, and commercial corridor professionals Tempest Carter, Alex Balloon, and Andrea Hodge about the Philadelphia Platform—the Philadelphia delegation's policy agenda—and common goals for commercial corridors.

This will be a great opportunity to learn and ask questions about the Philadelphia Platform from our state elected officials, and also hear about what's involved in supporting commercial corridor economic development—particularly for those corridors outside of greater Center City and University City—from the practitioners on the ground in those places. We'll be joined by corridor managers focused on 52nd Street, Tacony, and Castor and Cottman Ave.

Confirmed guest speakers include:

Rep. Pam DeLissio
Rep. Jared Solomon
Rep. Morgan Cephas
Tempest Carter (Enterprise Center)
Alex Ballon (Tacony CDC)
Andréa Hodge (Oxford Circle CDC)

Light refreshments will be provided

Link: The Philadelphia Platform http://www.pahouse.com/files/Documents/2019-01-16_011456__Philadelphia%20Delegation%20Platform.pdf

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1 week agoAdd to Calender 2019-06-06 21:30:00 2019-06-06 21:30:00 Commercial Corridors and the Philadelphia Platform How can state government do a better job of supporting Philadelphia's diverse commercial corridors? Join us for a discussion with state Reps. Jared Solomon, Morgan Cephas, Pam DeLissio, and commercial corridor professionals Tempest Carter, Alex Balloon, and Andrea Hodge about the Philadelphia Platform—the Philadelphia delegation's policy agenda—and common goals for commercial corridors. This will be a great opportunity to learn and ask questions about the Philadelphia Platform from our state elected officials, and also hear about what's involved in supporting commercial corridor economic development—particularly for those corridors outside of greater Center City and University City—from the practitioners on the ground in those places. We'll be joined by corridor managers focused on 52nd Street, Tacony, and Castor and Cottman Ave. Confirmed guest speakers include: Rep. Pam DeLissio Rep. Jared Solomon Rep. Morgan Cephas Tempest Carter (Enterprise Center) Alex Ballon (Tacony CDC) Andréa Hodge (Oxford Circle CDC) Light refreshments will be provided Link: The Philadelphia Platform http://www.pahouse.com/files/Documents/2019-01-16_011456__Philadelphia%20Delegation%20Platform.pdf https://www.facebook.com/events/282195229350177/ Pipeline Philly America/New_York public Economic Justice #urbandevelopment