Bethlehem Press

Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Christmas City Spirits light up meeting

Thursday, May 31, 2018 by ED COURRIER in Local News

Christmas City Spirits, represented by Seth Cornish and Brett Biggs, was granted a certificate of appropriateness for proposed lighting for the courtyard adjacent to the venerable Sun Inn at 564 Main St. by the Historical and Architectural Review Board. Cornish’s proposal was turned down the previous month, but found success when he returned to the Rotunda May 2 with highly detailed plans for the project. Three black lantern style fixtures are to be installed on posts, with smaller LED string lighting suspended from airplane cables zigzagging above the North Green.

Christmas City Spirits light up meeting

Thursday, May 31, 2018 by ED COURRIER in Local News

Christmas City Spirits, represented by Seth Cornish and Brett Biggs, was granted a certificate of appropriateness for proposed lighting for the courtyard adjacent to the venerable Sun Inn at 564 Main St. by the Historical and Architectural Review Board. Cornish’s proposal was turned down the previous month, but found success when he returned to the Rotunda May 2 with highly detailed plans for the project. Three black lantern style fixtures are to be installed on posts, with smaller LED string lighting suspended from airplane cables zigzagging above the North Green.

Christmas City Spirits light up meeting

Thursday, May 31, 2018 by ED COURRIER in Local News

Christmas City Spirits, represented by Seth Cornish and Brett Biggs, was granted a certificate of appropriateness for proposed lighting for the courtyard adjacent to the venerable Sun Inn at 564 Main St. by the Historical and Architectural Review Board. Cornish’s proposal was turned down the previous month, but found success when he returned to the Rotunda May 2 with highly detailed plans for the project. Three black lantern style fixtures are to be installed on posts, with smaller LED string lighting suspended from airplane cables zigzagging above the North Green.

Christmas City Spirits light up meeting

Thursday, May 31, 2018 by ED COURRIER in Local News

Christmas City Spirits, represented by Seth Cornish and Brett Biggs, was granted a certificate of appropriateness for proposed lighting for the courtyard adjacent to the venerable Sun Inn at 564 Main St. by the Historical and Architectural Review Board. Cornish’s proposal was turned down the previous month, but found success when he returned to the Rotunda May 2 with highly detailed plans for the project. Three black lantern style fixtures are to be installed on posts, with smaller LED string lighting suspended from airplane cables zigzagging above the North Green.

BETHLEHEM HCC New proposal made for Grace Mansion land

Tuesday, May 15, 2018 by ED COURRIER in Local News

Architect Robin Reshetar, accompanied by attorney Bradford Lare, encountered resistance again from the Bethlehem Historic Conservation Commission for proposed new construction on the Grace Mansion property that would involve the demolition of a one-story commercial addition, the entire back porch of the two-and-a-half story circa 1885 mansion, as well as a one-story detached brick “auto house.” Reshetar sought approval for the construction of six new townhouses instead of the previously rejected five-story apartment building at the rear of the property. The revised proposal for 114 W.

SOUTH BETHLEHEM Task Force talks spring cleaning

Tuesday, May 15, 2018 by ED COURRIER in Local News

Mayor’s South Side Task Force Chairman Roger Hudak declared “The cleanup was a phenomenal success, as usual,” at the April 24 SSTF meeting. He then turned it over to Adrienne Washington from the Lehigh University Community & Regional Affairs to comment on April 14’s Spring Southside Cleanup event. She said “There was a great student turnout,” including Donegan ES students taking part earlier.

‘Putting It Together’ at Town Hall Rotunda: Bethlehem Fine Arts Commission mixes it up

Thursday, May 10, 2018 by ED COURRIER in Focus

The Bethlehem Fine Arts Commission contacted seven area artists to participate in “Putting It Together,” an invitational show through May 31, Rotunda Gallery, Bethlehem Town Hall, 10 E. Church St., Bethlehem.

“Every year we do a curated show with a theme,” says James A. DePietro, a member of the fine arts commission. “Putting It Together” has a mixed media theme involving “artists working with multiple imagery,” he explains.