I hazarded the commonsense assumption that UGI knows its pipes need to be replaced sooner than it bothers to replace them, all the while paying investors 5 times what’s spent on scant improvements. Today we learned that the faulty pipe that caused the death of five Allentown residents last year was on UGI’s radar over … Continue reading
At about 118,000 people, Allentown is the third-largest and fastest-growing city in Pennsylvania. It’s a city that’s fallen from its place as a national commercial and industrial leader and a city in transition, with a downtown redevelopment project poised to renew the economic vitality of the urban core. Big plans are afoot, but they’re not … Continue reading
Andrew Sullivan shares grim news you sort of already knew. But now there are numbers. Mark Cuban doesn’t blog often, but when he does, it’s about the coming student-loan bust. Is he right about the bubble? See also: Occupy, Mark Cuban, and Your Predatory Student Loans.
If you search for Delta Thermo Energy’s website, this is what you’ll find: Interestingly, that’s what DTE is basically also saying about the future site of their recently-approved and controversial Waste to Energy Plant: Other details about the company on the web are sparing. The LinkedIn profile is sparse, but we do learn that the … Continue reading
I just got home from City Council. I had to leave before the vote, but not before I waited 4 hours to share my thoughts with the public and with Council. If you don’t know what I’m talking about, you can learn about it here. In the interest of time, I’m just going to post … Continue reading
Reblogged from Vintage Pages: When I have little to no clue what I’m doing here, in this life, with these dreams, and with my junk drawer of mismatched talents. I just don’t get it. My life at times seems to resemble that bag that Mary Poppins had- she just kept pulling things out here and … Continue reading