RenewLV Brown-Bag Session Tomorrow, March 12 at Noon

RenewLV’s next brown-bag session is being held tomorrow, Friday, March 12th, 12:00 to 1:30 p.m. at the Lehigh Valley Heritage Center, 432 West Walnut St, Allentown.

The topic for the session is Redevelopment Efforts in the Lehigh Valley, with specific focus on the work of the redevelopment authorities and projects in the region’s cities.

Our panel for this session:

  • Karen Pooley, Executive Director, Redevelopment Authority of the City of Allentown: Discussing past and current projects in Allentown
  • John Rohal, Executive Director, Bethlehem Redevelopment Authority: Discussing past and current projects in Bethlehem
  • Chad Helmer, Senior Project Manager at Taggart Associates and Project Manager of the Bushkill Creek Corridor Revitalization Project: Discussing the redevelopment of the former Simon Silk Mill in Easton

I hope you’ll bring a lunch (perhaps from one of the downtown dining establishments) and join us on the 12th. RenewLV will be recording this session and making it available to listen on our website. Check out past brown-bag session recordings on RenewLV’s Multimedia page.

If you would like additional information or if you have any questions, feel free to contact Beata Bujalska at or 484-893-1062.

Please note: The Lehigh Valley Heritage Center has a few small parking lots for its guests. These parking lots are accessible through an alleyway. Take Walnut Street to 5th Street. Turn right onto 5th Street to the first alley on your left. Turn left into this alley and proceed one block to another alley. Stop to yield right-of-way before crossing this alley. After crossing the alley, you will see three small parking lots on either side of the alley; you may park in any of these. Street parking is also available near the Heritage Center. If you need assistance with parking or finding the location on the day of the event, contact Beata at 732-809-8817.

About Beata Bujalska

Beata Bujalska is the former Campaign Coordinator for Renew Lehigh Valley. She currently lives in Panama, a place that fascinates her due to (among other reasons) its recent development boom.

Posted on March 11, 2010, in Events, Public Infrastructure, Urbanism and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

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