The new Lardner's Point Park was unveiled in Tacony Monday. Photo/Michelle Alton
Six months after politicians put shovel to ground on a cold November day, Lardner’s Point Park opened for business.
One of many projects in Philadelphia’s Green2015 plan, the park adds green space to Tacony and passive recreation space to the Delaware River waterfront. It’s located at Levick Street just south of the Tacony-Palmyra Bridge and will be part of the Kensington and Tacony trail the Delaware River City Corporation is developing along the waterfront between Wissinoming and Tacony.
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Plans for the Cottman Interchange I-95 improvement, as discussed at last night's Holmesburg Civic Association meeting.
Updates on two massive projects affecting much of the Northeast were the focus of last night’s meeting of the Holmesburg Civic Association.
The four looming phases of a large-scale Delaware River reclamation project were rehashed by representatives of the Delaware River City Corporation and the latest from the 10-year, $2 billion I-95 Cottman Avenue Interchange project was discussed by a spokesman from the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.
It was the end of a quiet summer,” civic president Fred Moore said to more than 20 in the meeting room of the Holmesburg Recreation Center.
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