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Robert Lingenfelter to Join PA Chapter of the American Chestnut Foundation Board of Directors

State College, PA — January 9, 2012­ — Landscape Architect Robert Lingenfelter, of Weber Murphy Fox (WMF), was elected to the Board of Directors of the Pennsylvania Chapter of the American Chestnut Foundation (PATACF) during 2011.  The PATACF’s mission is to restore the American Chestnut to the forests and woodlands of Pennsylvania and the mid-Atlantic […]

COMMUNITY BENEFITS FROM HISTORIC RESOURCES, REDEVELOPMENT AND HERITAGE TOURISM

State College, Pennsylvania — December 13, 2011 Helping the community to learn about Federal Tax Incentives for Rehabilitating Historic Buildings.   As a leader in Historic Preservation, Weber Murphy Fox (WMF), in conjunction with the Borough of Bellefonte Pennsylvania, Preservation Pennsylvania & the National Trust for Historic Preservation, and the Planning and Community Development Office […]

Official Dedication of the Sheetz Center for Entrepreneurial Excellance and Rossman Park

Sheetz Center for Entrepreneurial Excellance and Rossman Park With a ceremony and ribbon cutting, the Sheetz Center for Entrepreneurial Excellence and Rossman Park were officially dedicated Aug. 18, 2011.   Chancellor Lori J. Bechtel-Wherry gave remarks along with James Broadhurst, immediate past chair of the Penn State Board of Trustees; senior business major Stephanie McConville; […]

Bellefonte’s Streetscape Improvement Toolbox

.Great streets are memorable and typically oriented toward the pedestrian experience.  The design of streetscapes with special attention to implementation of streetscape amenities can distinguish a whole neighborhood, district or town.  The primary focus of the Bellefonte, PA streetscape pilot project was on the sidewalk, the pedestrian realm of public space.  The improvement area is […]