“plans for the site are likely to change” (6)

(6th in a series of posts on Wind Creek Bethlehem)

Anna Smith is a life-long Southside resident and Director of the Community Action Development Corporation of Bethlehem, a non-profit dedicated to improving the quality of life in south Bethlehem by fostering economic opportunity, promoting community development, and empowering residents to actively participate in the decision-making process regarding the future of our diverse community


Feelings on the water park aside, I think having a plan for the Number 2 Machine Shop was seen as important for gaining State and City support for the sale. But as today’s article in The Morning Call mentions, they only have $150 million of the $250 million available to commit to the project. I have a feeling the plans for the site are likely to change before long, now that the sale has been approved. . . . Unless there is someone sitting around with $100 million to invest in partial ownership of an indoor water park . . .


2 thoughts on ““plans for the site are likely to change” (6)

  1. In all these questions about the pros & cons of ‘development’ or being a destination city, is anyone thinking about climate impacts‽ Do community-level plans make it a factor in their thinking?

    Leaks from the next IPCC report suggest that the ‘worst-case’ scenarios were too conservative!

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