The entrance to East Passyunk Avenue never looked so inviting. Take a moment to stop and smell the roses and other beautiful plants our “Clean and Green” Committee has started potting at the triangle of Passyunk, McKean and Broad. Two humongous flower pots and a reworked Jardiniere, in front of the Wachovia bank, have all the makings of a secret garden. Thanks to the support of Wachovia, the East Passyunk Business Improvement District, and EPX! Special thanks to C&G Committee chair Tim Lidiak and our own “Mr. Green-Jeans” Jeff Goldman and crew for the excellent job. So nice to see the gorgeous variety of plants so finely husbanded, excelsior!
Three townwatch walks are scheduled in April:
- April 4th (Wednesday) at 7:00pm
- April 18th (Wednesday) at 7:00pm
- April 27th (Friday) at 7:00pm
All walks start at the corner of 11th and Mifflin Streets at 7:00pm.
**Walks are scheduled on the first and third Wednesdays and the fourth Friday of each month starting at the corner of 11th & Mifflin Streets at 7:00pm**
Questions or want to get involved? Email us at townwatch at epcrossing dot org!!
April’s Zoning Committee meeting will held on Wednesday, April 25th from 6:30pm to 7:30pm. The meeting will be held at the St. Agnes Continuing Care Center (Broad and McKean) in the Neumann Room. Ask the receptionist for directions.
AGENDA forthcoming. See draft minutes from zoning committee meeting 3.28.07
Questions or want to get involved? Email us at zoning at epcrossing dot org!
Many of you may know that tomorrow is my birthday and the IRS came through with an early present.
EPX IS NOW A 501(c)(3) FEDERAL TAX EXEMPT NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION!
So take out those check books and make out your donations to East Passyunk Crossing Civic Association and Town Watch. Mail them to 1117 Emily Street or hand them to me or any board member. Please note that all donations made after September 21, 2006 – our official PA State Incorporation date – are now tax deductible!
Do you have a green thumb? Are you interested in learning more about trees and how to care for them in our city? Become a TreeTender!
The Fairmount Park Commission and the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society (PHS) have been running this educational and community building project for since 1993. The project aims to address concerns of residents about urban trees through education, hands on learning, and putting local volunteers in contact with each other. Continue reading
FREE STREET TREES PLANTED FOR FREE! (Optional donations gratefully accepted)
Get on our list: First come, first served. We have a total of 85 trees arriving in the spring and fall of 2007. We hope to have as many as 100 more for 2008. All you have to do is fill out this form 2007 EPX Tree Flyer and Request Form and mail it in today. Questions? email us at email@example.com.
Clean Up #4: Synder Avenue!
All hands on deck for Synder Avenue east to west!
Saturday, April 14 from 10:00 am – 12:30pm
See you at Broad and Synder!