Opinion

Lafayette College: the Good Old “Bait & Switch”

Lafayette College McCartney Street Dorm Project

Submitted by a Concerned Citizen Lafayette College: the good old “Bait & Switch” Lafayette College hasn’t torn down any historic buildings lately, but it continues to show its lack of respect for its College Hill neighbors. When it was collaborating…

Thinking Outside The Blocks: by Antonia Mitman

view of the First UCC from the parking lot on North 4th Street, Easton PA, The view from 4th and Church
In the past twelve months, many planning meetings have been held among Easton’s numerous elected and appointed officials and private investors. Normally that should lead to the right projects for our city. During this public process, countless highly qualified Easton residents and real estate owners with decades of urban planning, design and development experience have voiced objections to proposed changes to Easton’s current and protective zoning laws. If approved, ill-conceived changes to our city’s local zoning ordinance will open up a Pandora’s box for enormous, out-of-scale construction within our livable neighborhoods and along our incomparable location at the confluence of magnificent natural waterways.