Due to a lack of applicants, there will be no zoning meeting for December. Our next meeting is scheduled for January 22nd. Have a happy New Year.
Join us for our zoning meeting at 7PM tonight at Neumann-Goretti’s 2nd Floor Library.
1325 Snyder Avenue (Landmark Architectural Design) CMX-1: Variance for use of second floor as office and projecting sign
Zoning Meeting: Wednesday, September 25th @ 7PM
East Passyunk Crossing’s September zoning meeting will take place on Wed, September 25th at 7PM at a NEW LOCATION: the 2nd floor library at Neumann-Goretti (enter through 11th St entrance @ Moore). Meeting is open to the public, and all our welcome.
1843-5 E Passyunk Ave
(old Kind of Jeans building: New owner/plan)
First floor commercial space with 8 one-bedroom and 8 two-bedroom residential units on floors 2-5.
The AVI process has been a confusing process for many homeowners in the city. On of the more difficult aspects of the initiative is how to appeal your property tax assessment.
Lastly, tomorrow September 13, is the last day you can apply for the Homestead Exemption. Read more about the Homestead Exemption and how you knock $30,000 off the assessed taxable value of your home here.
Our August zoning meeting will take place on Wed, August 28th at 7PM at a NEW LOCATION: the 2nd floor library at Neumann-Goretti (enter through 11th St entrance @ Moore).
915 Emily ST (CMX-2.0)
PERMIT FOR COMMISSARY (FOOD, BEVERAGES AND GROCERIES) AND STORAGE OF VENDING CARTS (WAREHOUSE) IN AN EXISTING GARAGE (SIZE AND LOCATION AS SHOWN IN THE APPLICATION).
Our July zoning meeting will take place on Wed, July 24th at 7PM at a NEW LOCATION: the 2nd floor library at Neumann-Goretti (enter through 11th St entrance @ Moore).
1214 Moore St (CMX-2.5)
INFORMAL PROVISIONAL MEETING: For use of first floor as a tattoo parlor.
1840-1844 S Camac St
For the creation of 7 single-family homes facing a private common space/alley with entrance on Camac St including two covered parking spaces (parking entrance on Iseminger).
Join AXIS Philly, NBC 10, and EPX for a community panel meeting on the future of the newly closed Bok School building at 6 p.m. on Thursday, June 20 at New Hope Temple Baptist Church, 711 S 12th St. A panel including Councilman Mark Squilla, PEW Trust’s Larry Eichel, and EPX Zoning Chair David Goldfarb will answers questions and engage the community about the future use of the eight story, 338,000 square feet building at 9th and Mifflin.
Schoolhouse Watch: Edward W. Bok Technical High School
New Hope Temple Baptist Church | 711 S 12th ST
Thursday, June 20 @ 6PM
More info here.