The Clean and Green Committee will meet on January 22nd from 6:30pm to 7:30pm. This meeting will take place at the South Philadelphia Branch of the Free Library, located at Broad and Morris Street.
The next Clean and Green meeting will be Monday, December 18th from 6:30-7:30pm at the South Philadelphia Branch of the Free Library (Broad and Morris Streets).
The focus of this meeting is on developing a Strategic Plan for “cleaning” our neighborhood in the coming year. See discussion outline.
We’ll also hold the drawing for the Holiday Raffle winners!
Bring Your Broom! Join us on Saturday, December 9, 2006
The next cleanup will tackle 10th Street–we’ll sweep the length of 10th Street, from Snyder to Tasker. Join your neighbors to help us bag up those remaining autumn-colored leaves!
when? 10:30 am – 1 pm
Meet at: 10th & Snyder
We’ll have coffee and donuts at the start, and refreshments at the finish at the 1601 Bar (10th/Tasker). Questions? contact beautification at epcrossing dot org
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
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
EPX can be proud of the leaps it has made in the first full month of existence! In addition to all the Governance related documents filed and meetings held, our membership, through the work of our committees, has started to become a real presence in the community.
– “Clean and Green” saw forty plus members clean McKean street on 10/21.
– Community Relations hosted Bocce Ball lessons for over a dozen neighbors at the Piazza on Passyunk on 10/25.
– Membership sold thirty tickets to the Cavaliere Memorial Concert at Ss. Neumann-Goretti H.S. on 10/29.
– Public Safety had over twenty people for their inaugural Town Watch walk on 10/30.
– Zoning sent representatives to two Zoning Board Commission hearings.
Congratulations to all the committees and members, if we have done all this in just over seven weeks imagine the possibilities!
NOTICE: We’ve established a regular schedule for Clean & Green committee meetings. We’ll meet the third Monday of the month.
Thanks to all who attended the McKean Street Clean-up. The event went VERY WELL — 40 people attended and we picked up 30 bags of trash!
The next C/G Committee meeting will be Monday, Nov. 20, 6:30 pm, at Tolentine, 11th & Mifflin.
Our agenda will include:
1) De-brief on McKean St Clean-up
2) Plan December Clean-up — proposed for Saturday, Dec. 2, 10:30 am — 10th Street – Tasker to Snyder.
3) Water/Sewage Back-up
4) Community-wide Plastic Recycling
5) Budget — think about what we’ll need in 2007 for clean-ups, other beautification efforts
Special Presentation on Neighborhood Greening — Members of Passyuynk Square Civic Association have been invited to inform us how they got started, what they’ve accomplished to date, what they’ve learned, and most importantly, how we can work together to green our EPX neighborhood.
I look forward to seeing you on Monday, Nov. 20, 6:30 pm, at Tolentine!