NOTICE: There will be no zoning meetings until we resume in September 07. Our sincere apologies for the late notice and oversight with this posting.

June’s Zoning Committee meeting will be on Wednesday, June 27th 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.

Questions or want to get involved? Email us at zoning at epcrossing dot org!!

NOTICE: There will be no zoning meetings until we resume in September 07. Our sincere apologies for the late notice and oversight with this posting.

June’s Zoning Committee meeting will be on Wednesday, June 27th 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.

Questions or want to get involved? Email us at zoning at epcrossing dot org!!

There is a Community meeting next Wednesday, 6/13 which includes the 1st, 3rd, 4th and 17th Districts. It has been called due to the recent crime in the neighborhood.

What I would like to suggest is to postpone our Public Safety meeting next Tuesday and go to the Community Meeting on Wednesday, 6/13 to show our support from the 4th District. There also may be new suggestions as to what all may do to help. Continue reading

The EPX Board of Directors presented the 2006-2007 Community Service Awards for outstanding volunteer efforts to the following members at our June 4th General Membership meeting.

Anna Pittman for Membership//Margaret Kalalian for Planning & Zoning//Jeff Goldman for Clean & Green (Beatification)//Anthony  Wodjeciewski for Public Safety & Town Watch//Dave Rizzio for Community Relations

In addition the Co-Chairs of the Board honored two others with distinguished EPX Founders Awards.

Crystal Fritch, Esquire, the organization’s Pro Bono attorney who has been so instrumental in filing the Incorporation Documents for the Association, as well as assisting with the Federal and State Tax exemption process.

Cathy Caponigro who was one of the very first organizers of the small grass-roots movement that became EPX.

Each honoree received an award, smartly designed by Co-Chair Darren Fava, and a gift certificate to a local East Passyunk Avenue restaurant secured by Co-Chair Joseph F. Marino. Our thanks to Paradiso, Clementine’s and Chiarella’s for their generous support of our volunteers.