When the Bellingham Public Development Authority (BPDA) was created in 2008 and tasked with developing city-owned properties, the first question was where to start.
What does PDA stand for?
PDA stands for Public Development Authority
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- Project on Defense Alternatives (Cambridge, MA)
- Propane Deasphalting
- Property Damage Accident
- Property Damage Appraisers (various locations)
- Property Disposal Account
- Property Disposal Agent
- Prostate Ductal Adenocarcinoma (rare form of prostate cancer)
- Protected Disclosures Act (New Zealand)
- Psychopharmacologic Drugs Advisory (US FDA)
- Public Defender Agency (Alaska)
- Public Disclosure Act (various locations)
- Public Display Authority (UK)
- Public Display of Affection
- Public Disturbance Agency (gaming)
- Pueblo Depot Activity (US Army)
- Push-Down Automata (theory of computation)
- Probabilistic Data Association - Amplitude Information/Maximum Likelihood
- Pennsylvania District Attorneys Association
- Pole Dancing Association of America
- Pre-Dispute Arbitration Agreement (contractual clause)
Samples in periodicals archive:
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] While the waterfront has received much of the public's attention recently, the redevelopment of Old Town has slowly continued to push forward and will soon be spurred on by the newly appointed Bellingham Public Development Authority.
On July 18, Mayor Dan Pike announced his selections for the first board of directors for the Bellingham Public Development Authority (BPDA), a new public corporation formed to provide expertise and leadership to the waterfront redevelopment, downtown and other city-owned properties.
Last month, Pike appointed seven well-respected community members to the city's first Public Development Authority Board, which will guide development on the waterfront and other city-owned property (see story, page 24).