Saturday, November 22, 2014
Inquirer Daily News

Should more developers build projects that comply with city's vision for the Delaware River waterfront?

READER POLL

Should more developers build projects that comply with city's vision for the Delaware River waterfront?

Yes, major stakeholders created the plan for a pedestrian-friendly neighborhood
 
  233 (64.0%)
No, have to let the market drive what gets built on the waterfront
 
  77 (21.2%)
Yes, but it might have to wait until the economy improves
 
  35 (9.6%)
No, unless it's the law, some builders just won't go along
 
  19 (5.2%)
Total votes = 364
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Waterfront plan shouldn't be ignored


Letters to the Editor
ISSUE | SCHOOLS Seeking the middle As a parent of two children in Cheltenham schools, I share the concerns expressed about Superintendent Natalie Thomas, but I am more disturbed by the depiction of our schools ("Storm over Cheltenham schools chief," Nov. 16). Cheltenham reflects the two public education systems in this country: one that excels, another that struggles.
Rich Fortino writes that many elections are being influenced by noncitizen voters. Could he explain the mechanics of just how that happens?