CANCELLED due to snow!
Grab a brom and join the EPC Cleanup crew!
Saturday, March 17, 2007
10:00 am – 11:30 pm
Meet at Broad & Mifflin
Sponsored by: East Passyunk Crossing Civic Association – Clean & Green Committee. Questions? Contact beautification at epcrossing dot org
EPX welcomes this non-profit organization as our guest presenters for the March 3rd General Membership meeting. Here is a little bit about V/WSSP. Continue reading
Of possible interest to our neighborhood:
Designers and planners are gathering at Penn’s Landing today to begin their Riverfront Visioning Workshop, and we look forward to see what evocative ideas they have for us on Saturday afternoon.
Saturday, March 3
Independence Seaport Museum, Penn’s Landing
Reception to follow
Register at www.planphilly.com/registration. Parking at Penn’s Landing is FREE! Just mention that you attending the PennPraxis waterfront event at the Seaport Museum. Continue reading
Clean Up #3: 9th Street North to South!
Bundle up and Help Us Tackle 9th Street
Saturday, February 10, 2007
10:00 am – 12:30 pm
Meet at: 9th & Tasker
Sponsored by: East Passyunk Crossing Civic Association – Clean & Green Committee
For Additional Information contact beautification at epcrossing dot org
Saturday January 27th saw over a hundred South Philadelphia residents attend this event at Furness High. Several state representatives and City Councilman DiCicco were among the forum panelists. The leadership of Pennsort Civic, Whitman Council, Passyunk Square, Dickinson’s Narrow, Bella Vista, Northern Liberties and EPX attended. Continue reading
Thursday, January 25th saw 80 people from several South Philly community groups gather at the Palumbo’s Community Center to hear about current efforts underway to make recycling easier and more widely adopted in our neighborhoods.
RecycleNOW representative and volunteer co-ordinator Maurice Sampson talked about the steps needed to have weekly single-stream recycling become a reality in our city and especially in our neighborhoods. (Single-stream recycling means all paper, glass, plastic, and organic would be collected at curbside.) Pilot projects for Chestnut Hill and West Oak Lane have seen 90% recycling rates versus the average 5% of the remainder of the city without this sort of recycling pickup service.
The organizing committee for the South Philly chapter of RecycleNOW is being spearheaded by Continue reading
The next Community Relations meeting will be held on Monday, January 29th at 6:30pm. This meeting will be at the St. Agnes Continuing Care facility in the Neumann Room.
Community Relations handles public relations and events. At this meeting, the committee will explore the possibility of creating a neighborhood newsletter. Stop by if you want to get involved!