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Water and Farmland Protection Update

TOLL BROTHERS IDENTIFIES ALTERNATIVE SITES NVWC Press Release Nittany Valley Water Coalition (NVWC) held a follow-up meeting with Charles Elliott of Toll Brothers developers on Wednesday, August 16 to discuss Toll Brothers’ recent review of alternative State College sites for … Continue reading

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Water and Farmland Protection Update

Water and Farmland Protection Fight Updates There’s been quite a lot of activity this summer around the proposed luxury student housing development atop Penn State-owned land upslope and proximal to the State College Borough Water Authority Harter-Thomas wells. Readers interested … Continue reading

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PCO FarmFest 2017

It’s that time of year again.  Pennsylvania Certified Organic will be hosting FarmFest 2017 this Friday and Saturday, July 28 – 29 at the Grange Fair Grounds in Centre Hall, PA.  This is a great event that includes local food … Continue reading

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Bailiwick News – June 13, 2017 and Daily Updates from the Occupation

6.13.17 Bailiwick News – The battle for the Slab Cabin Run watershed and the political and ecological future of the Centre Region.  Part 10B and the final installment of a 10-part series on water and farmland protection in the Slab Cabin watershed. … Continue reading

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Battle for Slab Cabin Run – Updates & Friends of Slab Cabin Social Tonight

6.6.17 Bailiwick News – The battle for the Slab Cabin Run watershed and the ecological and political future of the Centre Region community. Part 10A of a 10-part series. Part 10B – critical analysis – forthcoming. Prior installments. NEW WEBSITE Nittany Valley … Continue reading

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Petition to Penn State

Sign the petition. The housing development corporation, Toll Brothers, is planning a 264-unit development covering 32 acres at the intersection of West Whitehall Road and Blue Course Drive. Nothing is more fundamental to the well-being of a community than its … Continue reading

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Water, Farmland & Accountable Local Government Protection – May Recap

Ahead of Monday night’s COG General Forum meeting, starting at 7 p.m. Monday, May 22 at the COG building (2643 Gateway Drive) here’s a recap of the last month or so of activity on the proposed Whitehall Road Regional Park … Continue reading

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