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Now Hiring an Executive Coordinator!   Hi! Thank you so much for being interested in our part-time Executive Coordinator Position! Please read the below carefully prior to applying. We are looking forward to working with a dedicated & awesome leader who’s committed to their growth! Please note that we are not looking to hire someone to just ‘do a job’, we want to also help you grow...

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  CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD OUR PHILADELPHIA ART COMMISSION SUBMISSION CHECKLIST!     The Purpose of the Philadelphia Art Commission   The Philadelphia Art Commission manages design standards concerning artwork, signage, and certain construction projects throughout the city.  The role of the Art Commission is to ensure that designs and artwork are "beautiful, orderly, and appropriate so that the City is a desirable place to live, visit, and do business."    Most of...

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  This year, Philadelphia Zoning launched its 'Community Impact Mission' initiative. This social impact initiative is designed to feature and support Philadelphia-based organizations that are working to improve, beautify, or strengthen our local communities in some way.  The intention is to choose one organization per quarter to spotlight and donate to; whether that is through financial means, volunteer work, or a combination of both.   We are donating...

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Philadelphia Zoning has been guiding clients and projects through the Special Inspections Program required as per the Building Code.  Sometimes there is pushback, confusion, and questions regarding this program and how it affects a project, or wy and when it is needed.   What is the Philadelphia Special Inspections Program?   The special Inspections Program is a program designed to promote quality assurance in construction projects. It is designed...

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This post is a featured post for our #RCORants series. #RCORants showcases stories about the often harmful actions that take place among RCO's (Registered Community Organizations) in Philadelphia. The goal is to raise awareness about what goes on, stimulate a conversation, and ultimately improve the RCO system to create more accountability, equality, and fairness.   "Not in my backyard."   That might as well have been the answer that...

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