Dear Delta Thermo Energy: We Hope So, Too

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 Dear Delta Thermo Energy: We Hope So, Too

Allentown at 250 and 251: New Years Reflections On Our Work Together This Year and Beyond

New Years Eve marks the beginning of Allentown's 250th birthday celebration, a year-long observance for which I'm very excited. Over the past few weeks, I've been thinking about the progress we're all hoping to make in 2012 and the work being put in motion now that will make the Allentown of 2013 a healthier, more … Continue reading Allentown at 250 and 251: New Years Reflections On Our Work Together This Year and Beyond

Alan Jennings and CACLV are Fired Up for 2012 and So Am I

Read Alan's latest post on the CACLV blog here.   I'm proud that First Presbyterian Church is a major partner in the effort to expand capacity at the Sixth Street Shelter by 25%.  In my vocation as Director of Mission at First Pres, I can see the enthusiasm for this project bubbling over for the … Continue reading Alan Jennings and CACLV are Fired Up for 2012 and So Am I

New Sinkhole the Latest Plea from Allentown’s Degraded Infrastructure

Read the story here. Some important highlights as they relate to the health of our community. Emphases added: The 6-inch cast-iron water main is 107 years old, said Rick Dougherty, the city's chief supervisor of water distribution. "We've replaced a lot of the mains in the area over the years," Dougherty said. Allentown is fighting … Continue reading New Sinkhole the Latest Plea from Allentown’s Degraded Infrastructure