By Jennifer Lin, Inquirer Staff Writer
Bob Borski heads down a long lane off State Road and stops his car at a city park on the Delaware River in Northeast Philadelphia.
The former congressman scans the broad shoulders of the muddy river.
"It's spectacular," Borski said.
"And no one ever gets over here to see it."
RUTLEDGE BOROUGH - The Pennsylvania Environmental Council (PEC) celebrated Rutledge Borough's Triangle Park Stormwater Demonstration Projects at a green ribbon cutting ceremony 4 p.m. Thursday, July 16 at the park, Swarthmore and Rutledge avenues.
July 29, 2009
Click the "open publication" link below to read the magazine online. Click through to page 18 to read the article on the East Coast Greenway coming through Philadelphia.
July 15, 2009
By Sandy Bauers, Inquirer Staff Writer
In a bid to increase bicycling in Philadelphia, the city plans to designate one lane along two major streets - Spruce and Pine - for bikes, leaving the other lane for all vehicular traffic.
City workers will paint new lines along both streets, from river to river, officials said, with the pilot project beginning around Labor Day.
July 22, 2009
By Brian McCullough, Journal Register News Service
Click here to see video from Day 7 of the 2009 Delaware River Sojourn, and comments by Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter during the announcement of a free kayak program coming to Penn's Landing this summer.