The Philadelphia Daily News

Community organizers in Philadelphia are leading an effort to convert a disused elevated railway into a park.
Aug 30, 2011   The Philadelphia Daily News
Do planners really have the best interest of the city in mind? Harris Steinberg refutes an Op-Ed by Michael Sklaroff which congratulates planners on their success in the city.
Nov 7, 2005   The Philadelphia Daily News
Instead of deriding the Philadelphia Planning Commission, everyone should be celebrating their achievements, says Michael Sklaroff.
Nov 4, 2005   The Philadelphia Daily News
Mark Alan Hughes asks who has the power to decide on rebuilding plans for New Orleans: former or returning residents, federal policymakers, local officials, or all taxpayers?
Sep 20, 2005   The Philadelphia Daily News
Mark Alan Hughes predicts some of NOLA's poor will be better off in a couple years as a result of forced relocation to more prosperous places.
Sep 13, 2005   The Philadelphia Daily News
Suburbanites can't get anywhere without a car, so higher gas prices will lead to "collapse" of the suburbs.
Aug 31, 2005   The Philadelphia Daily News
Mark Alan Hughes writes that instead of fearing rising housing costs, the poor should benefit.
Aug 24, 2005   The Philadelphia Daily News
A developer who sits on the City Planning Commission is at the center of a dispute that pits a university's desire for more student housing against a community's desire for open space.
Jul 21, 2005   The Philadelphia Daily News
Retailers are adpating to urban areas.
Nov 26, 2004   The Philadelphia Daily News
Carol Towarnicky is worried about the 'politicizing' of science.
Sep 29, 2004   The Philadelphia Daily News
Low-income residents of Brewerytown, PA are saying no to the development of 200 new upscale townhomes.
Mar 19, 2004   The Philadelphia Daily News