Monday, June 20, 2011

A city's streetscape improvement

If you've walked through Philadelphia's El Centro de Oro you may have noticed some changes. Earlier today HACE held its ribbon cutting ceremony for their long-awaited streetscape improvements for the Latino business coordinator. The improvements, which included new sidewalks, signage trash cans and metal palm trees cost a whopping $4 million in city, state, and federal money.

A cleaner neighborhood and a vibrant community brings everyone togetger. So what's the next step? More visitors. The area includes cultural institutions, social organizations, and other Latino-owned businesses. Did I mention the food is delicious?

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