Delaware Waterfront News - Week of Feb. 8

Feb. 6, 2010
By Kellie Patrick Gates
For PlanPhilly

A Foxwoods attorney told an impatient Gaming Control Board last month that
by Feb. 5, he expected his client to have reached a tentative agreement with
a prospective new investor, and that the document attesting to that would be
delivered to the gaming board's enforcement arm for a review.

So has that happened?....
http://planphilly.com/whats-going-foxwoods

Delaware River Waterfront Corporation Releases Year One Report

Today, the Delaware River Waterfront Corporation (DRWC) held its first
Annual Meeting at 8:30 a.m. at the Independence Seaport Museum. At that
meeting, the DRWC will release a Year One Report, an accountability report
for the first year of operation, highlighting accomplishments from Corporate
reorganization with a new Board of Directors and President to establishment
of Waterfront Planning and Development projects that involve extensive
community input along with the continued commitment to Summer and Winter programming on the Central Delaware River Waterfront.
http://www.delawareriverwaterfrontcorp.com/index.php?pageID=17&image=13
PDF of report
http://www.delawareriverwaterfrontcorp.com/media/DRWC_YearOneReport.pdf

PCPC gets more time on Central Delaware Overlay; DiCicco amends height limit

The Philadelphia City Planning Commission is likely to get a couple of
months more time to pass a set of formal regulations related to the Central
Delaware Overlay District

http://planphilly.com/pcpc-gets-more-time-central-delaware-overlay-dicic...
mends-height-limit

By Kellie Patrick Gates
For PlanPhilly

The group of people who will advise the team devising the Central Delaware
Master Plan gathered for the first time Friday to hear from the consultants
drafting the plan and to map out about a year's worth of work.
http://planphilly.com/drwc-master-plan