The next Block Captains meeting will be held immediately after the December General Membership Meeting:
Monday, December 4, 2006 at 8pm-ish
St. Agnes Continuing Care Facility (Broad and McKean)
We need block captains, so spread the word and hope to see you there!
The December General Meeting will be Monday December 4, 2006 at 7pm in the St. Agnes Continuing Care Center.
In addition to reviewing November activities we’ll be happy to welcome Debra McCarty, deputy director of the Philadelphia Water Department, to the meeting. She’ll be talking about what PWD is doing to address the flooding issues in our neighborhood and will be available for questions. Continue reading
The next Zoning Committee meeting will be Wednesday, November 29, 2006 at 6:30pm at St. Agnes Continuing Care Center (Broad and McKean). AGENDA: Continue reading
Bike trails? Traditional parks? Dog parks? Skateparks ? ?
GreenPlan Philadelphia is the first comprehensive plan undertaken by the City in over 40 years. GreenPlan Philadelphia is an open space planning process that will provide a long-term roadmap for using, acquiring, developing, funding, and managing open space in our City’s neighborhoods.
If you would like to share your thoughts about the future of green space in your neighborhood the City is hosting a public forum for South Philadelphia (south of South Street, west and north of the Delaware River, East of the Schuylkill River) at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, November 14 at the Fels Community Center, 2407 South Broad Street. Continue reading
Board will meet second Mondays of the month; next meeting November 13, 2006, 6:30-8pm at Tolentine.
Next Townwatch Meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, November 14th, 2006 at 7pm at Tolentine.
You’ve probably heard about some of your neighbors having unwelcome water coming into their basements recently. Many of us, unfortunately, have first-hand knowledge of basement flooding problems.
EPX members have very important information to share with the Philadelphia Water Department and the PA Department of Environmental Protection because of these first-hand experiences with sewer overflows and basement backups. Here’s what you can do: Continue reading