RenewLV Brown-Bag Session on Community and Transportation, November 6th, in Easton

RenewLV is pleased to announce the second session in our series of “brown-bag” discussions that touch on a variety of topics related to urban development and revitalization, smart growth, and regional collaboration. This series aims to provide an informal setting in which community members can discuss where the Lehigh Valley is making progress on these fronts, and examine the key challenges and opportunities.

This session will be Friday, November 6th, from noon to 1:30 p.m. in the Gold Room at the Grand Eastonian Suites and Hotel, 140 Northampton St in Easton. The topic for this session will be community and transportation, focusing on the Pennsylvania Community Transportation Initiative (PCTI) projects underway in Allentown, Bethlehem, Easton, and Hellertown. Our panel includes:

  • Becky Bradley, Director, Department of Planning & Codes, City of Easton
  • Darlene Heller, Director of Planning and Zoning, City of Bethlehem
  • Charlie Luthar, Hellertown Borough Manager
  • Joyce Marin, Director of City of Allentown Department of Community & Economic Development
  • Ronald Young, District Press Officer for PennDOT, District 5-0
  • The session is free and open to the public. We hope you’ll consider bringing a lunch and joining us (perhaps grabbing a take-out lunch from one of Easton’s dining establishments). If you’d like additional information or have any questions, email us or call 484-893-1062. Also, we’d be interested in hearing any ideas for future topics for these sessions–leave a comment here or email them to us. We hope to see you on the 6th!

    Posted on October 19, 2009, in Events, Neighborhoods, Transportation and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

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