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  • ELECTRICAL PERMIT

    INSTALLATION OF OWNER SUPPLIED LIGHTING & POWER POLES. INSTALLATION OF RECEPTACLES. INSTALLATION OF LOW VOLTAGE/ CAT 5 CABLING FO RPOS SYSTEM PER 2008 NEC (RETAIL)EAST DISTRICT

    3101 W ALLEGHENY AVE Issued June 14, 2018 Comment

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      N. 29th St. & W. Clearfield St. June 5, 2018 @ 6:15 p.m. Comment

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One Smart Cookie: When Keebler Called Philly Home

...the late 1920s. In 1931, Keebler-Weyl announce plans to build a large plant at Henry Avenue near Allegheny Avenue. In 1932, Mayor J. Hampton Moore declared that this proposed development was “the first tangible...

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...the Nabisco plant in Northeast Philadelphia last summer. The factory, on the west side of Roosevelt Boulevard at Byberry Road, was a fixture of that part of the city for decades. The landmark building towered...

Keebler came to own the property at 258 and 260 North 22nd Street, as well as 262 and 264 North 22nd Street and 2210 Vine Street. Among other...

...own the property at 258 and 260 North 22nd Street, as well as 262 and 264 North 22nd Street and 2210 Vine Street. Among other baked goods, Keebler baked hardtack there. Hardtack was a...

Around 1864, Keebler moved his residence from the Christian Street address to 2222 Brandywine Street, near the bake shop. Prosperous entrepreneurs typically lived north of Market Street and were disdained...

...Rittenhouse Square and otherwise south of Market Street. Keebler later moved further north, first to 613 North 22nd Street and then to 643 North 22nd Street. All of his later residences were just a...

...Street. Keebler later moved further north, first to 613 North 22nd Street and then to 643 North 22nd Street. All of his later residences were just a few blocks from his factory. This was...

Between 1866 and 1872, Keebler erected a three-story building on 264 North 22nd Street and added an additional story onto 260, 262 and 258 North 22nd Streets. Keebler initially employed 45 or so workers–it could be said that he baked goods the old fashioned elfin way—the “Uncommonly Good” way.

Keebler died at age 71 at his home at 643 North 22nd Street in 1893. In his relatively short life, Keebler was married three times and had at least eight children. He was buried at Mount Peace Cemetery, an Odd Fellows cemetery at 3111 West Lehigh Avenue not far from Laurel Hill Cemetery.

...1938, the firm moved to an immense new baking complex on the southwest corner of Hunting Park Avenue and G Street. For decades, the sprawling factory in Juniata employed hundreds of workers and was serviced by...

    One Smart Cookie: When Keebler Called Philly Home
    Some Philadelphians were dismayed by the demolition of the Nabisco plant in Northeast Philadelphia last summer. The factory, on the west side of Roosevelt Boulevard at Byberry Road, was a fixture of that part of the city for decades. The landmark building towered above the surrounding area and filled the air with the delicious aroma of baking cookies.
    https://hiddencityphila.org

May 29

Help Our Neighborhood: Become a Philacycle Volunteer

We at, Galvanized Philadelphians Neighbor's Association, are committed to helping reduce litter on our streets and to diverting waste from our landfills, but we need your help.

If you want to commit to making a change and want to donate your time as little as four times per year, please consider volunteering with Philacycle by participating in zero-waste events like the Broad Street Run and by educating our neighbors about composting and proper recycling.

For more information or to sign up, create a profile at https://www.recyclebank.com/home/, then download the mobile app from the IOS or Android app store:

IOS: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/recyclebank/id395692431?mt=8
Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.recyclebank&feature=search_result

If you need help getting set up or if you have questions, call 484-324-8263.

    Local Recycling Info
    Recycling and waste diversion rules can vary from one city to the next, so we want to make sure we're sharing the right information with you.
    https://www.recyclebank.com

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  • ALTERATION PERMIT

    FOR THE REPAIR/REPLACEMENT OF LOOSE MISSING AND DETERIORATED BRICKS AND MORTOR JOINTS ON REAR WALL OF STRUCTURE WITH LIKE AND KIND MATERIALS AND REPLACEMENT OF ALL FIRE DAMAGED PORTIONS OF MAIN ROOF WITH LIKE AND KIND MATERIALS. APPLICATION OF STUCCO AND RE-ROOFING AS PER APPLICABLE STANDARD.

    3204 W WILLARD ST Issued May 22, 2018 Comment

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May 23

  • OPERATIONS PERMIT

    HOTWORKS: WELDING/CUTTING/SOLDERING/TORCH WORK - PERMIT EXPIRES 05/21/2019

    3118 W ALLEGHENY AVE Issued May 21, 2018 Comment

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  • Theft

    • Thefts

      2900 Block W. Clementine St. May 21, 2018 @ 8:22 a.m. Comment

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  • PLUMBING PERMIT

    ALTERATIONS: INTERIOR PLUMBING; BASEMENT LEVEL CLASSROOM & STAFF TOILET ROOMS & NEW ACCESSIBLE TOILET ROOM; 1 SINK, 6 WC, 6 LAVATORIES -THE INSTALLATION WILL COMPLY WITH THE PHILADELPHIA PLUMBING CODE 2004

    3201-29 W CLEARFIELD ST Issued May 3, 2018 Comment
  • ELECTRICAL PERMIT

    WIRE & INSTALL 17 LIGHTS, 5 SWITCHES, 8 RECEPTS, 3 GFCI'S 4-20AMP CIRCUITS, 2 DATA LINES AS PER 2008 NEC (SOUTH DISTRICT) INSTALL HORN/STROBES AS PER NFPA72

    3201-29 W CLEARFIELD ST Issued May 3, 2018 Comment
  • ELECTRICAL PERMIT

    REPLACE DEFECTIVE RECEPTACLES, SWITCHES, FIXTURES. INSTALL 1- SMOKE DETECTOR, 8- 15/20/30A LINES, 3- PULL CHAIN, KEYLESS FIXTURES AND 3- RECEPTACLES COMPLETE... IN ACCORDANCE WITH 2008 NEC FOR A ONE FAMILY BUILDING

    3125 N NATRONA ST Issued May 2, 2018 Comment

May 02

  • ELECTRICAL PERMIT

    COMPLETE 100A SERVICE, INSTALL 9- LIGHT FIXTURES, 5- GFI RECEPTACLES, 3- PORCELAIN FIXTURES, 5- 120V SMOKE DETECTORS, 1- C/O DETECTOR, 28- DUPLEX RECEPTACLES, 11- SWITCHES, NEW DOOR BELL SYSTEM. FISH ONLY. ALL WORK PER 2008 NEC FOR A ONE FAMILY BUILDING (FISH ONLY)

    3142 N 29TH ST Issued April 25, 2018 Comment

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  • SUPPRESSION PERMIT

    FOR THE RELOCATION OF SPRINKLER HEADS AS PER ATTACHED STANDARDS. DEVIATIONS FROM THESE STANDARDS REQUIRE SUBMISSION OF CONSTRUCTION AND SITE PLANS.

    3101 W ALLEGHENY AVE Issued April 25, 2018 Comment

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  • MECHANICAL PERMIT

    INSTALL DUCTWORK 4 ROOFTOP UNITS 1 EXHUST FAN AND 5 GRD'S AS PER PLANS.

    3101 W ALLEGHENY AVE Issued April 24, 2018 Comment

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