Sunday, January 07, 2007

Two Updates and Something New

Two updates to items mentioned in previous posts:

Jonathan Newman has resigned as head of the state's liquor control board. Sad news for the state's wine lovers. The Inky has an online q&a with Newman here.

FEMA has decided that Pennsylvania can use the very detailed flood plain maps prepared under the guidance of Temple's Center for Sustainable Communities for the Pennypack Creek watershed. ("U.S. yields to Temple floodplain mapping: FEMA will use it for the Pennypack, saying its accuracy could be a model, by Diane Mastrull and Anthony R. Wood, 1/07/07)

For those who can't get enough coverage of the US House, there is a new blog that hopes to provide daily updates. Add the US House Digest to your list of frequently visited sites.

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