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Where are you most likely to be killed by a car in Philadelphia? (Hint: Not Center City)

Where are you most likely to be killed by a car in Philadelphia? (Hint: Not Center City)

Philadelphia Inquirer by Jason Laughlin August 8, 2018 – 11:34 AM The 20 or so people lining 22nd Street’s bike lane on a gorgeous morning in July earned high fives, cheers, and a few bicycle bell rings from passing cyclists. The predominantly white demonstrators were protesting poorly painted lane markers and motorists’ tendency to park in theContinue reading →

Posted by Rick Olmos
How environmental outreach efforts are targeting Philly Latinos: The most interested in climate change, study shows

How environmental outreach efforts are targeting Philly Latinos: The most interested in climate change, study shows

Philadelphia Inquirer July 25, 2018 by Jesenia De Moya Correa, Staff Writer  @JeseniaDeMoyaC |  jdemoyacorrea@philly.com   Since its creation in 2008, Philadelphia’s Office of Sustainability had been poor at outreach. While it focused on its internal operations — working on the policies that regulate energy consumption; access to food, air and water; and carbon emissions reduction by 2050 — it rarelyContinue reading →

Posted by Rick Olmos
A new group promises long-term support for Puerto Rican hurricane evacuees

A new group promises long-term support for Puerto Rican hurricane evacuees

PlanPhilly.com    WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2018  by CATALINA JARAMILLO   Philadelphia disaster relief organizations have established a new committee designed to help the city support the more than 900 Puerto Rican families who landed here after losing their homes, schools, and jobs in the winds of Hurricane Maria. The move is a major step towards creatingContinue reading →

Posted by Rick Olmos in Media Room
Three Kings and Octavitas bring a taste of home for Puerto Ricans starting over in Philly

Three Kings and Octavitas bring a taste of home for Puerto Ricans starting over in Philly

From WHYY  • Kyrie Greenberg   January 14, 2018 Three Kings Day and Octavitas are two post-Christmas holiday celebrations important in Latin America. For recent arrivals from Puerto Rico it felt like home when they visited a community center in North Philadelphia this weekend. They were treated to a party packed with families drinking hot chocolate andContinue reading →

Posted by Rick Olmos
HUD awards $1.3M to renew support to APM

HUD awards $1.3M to renew support to APM

Philadelphia Tribune – Health Briefs – January 9, 2018 The Department of Housing and Urban Development has announced $1.3 million has been awarded to Asociación Puertorriqueños en Marcha, Inc., commonly known as APM, to assist low-income persons living with HIV/AIDS in Philadelphia. This funding is offered through HUD’s Housing Opportunities for Persons With AIDS ProgramContinue reading →

Posted by Rick Olmos
First hearings for proposed APM Charter School

First hearings for proposed APM Charter School

  SEE FULL STORY: http://thenotebook.org/articles/2017/12/19/first-hearings-held-for-nine-proposed-new-charters THE NOTEBOOK (December 19, 2017)- First hearings held for nine proposed new charters Eight management companies seeking to open nine new charter schools in Philadelphia made their initial pitches on Monday to a hearing officer for the School Reform Commission. Among the companies was ASPIRA. Just last week, the SRC voted toContinue reading →

Posted by Rick Olmos
APM Sugarcane Festival 2017

APM Sugarcane Festival 2017

A photo collage of the images of our 2017 Sugarcane Festival. June 3, 2017 Music by Funk Salsa Urban      

Posted by Acuta Support in Media Room

Four housing leaders honored during PHFA’s Housing Forum

Kuam News | Click here to view article Information contained on this page is provided by an independent third ­party content provider. Frankly and this Site make no warranties or representations in connection therewith. If you are affiliated with this page and would like it removed please contact pressreleases@franklyinc.com SOURCE Pennsylvania Housing Finance Agency Awards applaudContinue reading →

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Food Buying Club facilitates better access to fresh fruits and vegetables at reasonable prices

The Produce News | Article by Christina DiMartino | Click here to view source     A Philadelphia non-profit is helping to feed the souls as well as improve the nutrition of area residents. Asociación Puertorriqueños en Marcha, commonly referred to as APM, was founded as a Latino community-based health, human services, community and economicContinue reading →

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City Council’s Transit-Oriented Development Bill Is A Great Start. Here’s How To Make It Better.

City Council’s Transit-Oriented Development Bill Is A Great Start. Here’s How To Make It Better.

Philadelphia 3.0   March 2, 2017 Original Article: http://www.phila3-0.org/transit_oriented_development (Paseo Verde, Philly’s first LEED for Neighborhood Development project, near Temple| Halkin Mason Photography) City Councilmembers Blondell Reynolds-Brown and Bill Greenlee introduced City Council’s best economic development idea in years last week, and it won’t even cost the city any money (except for some Planning Commission staff time.) TheContinue reading →

Posted by Rick Olmos