Ride the Wave: An Evening with the Southeast PA Delegation(inclludes Chrissy Houlahan, D-PA 06)
Public · Hosted by Indivisible Chester County, Philadelphia and others
Wednesday, April 24, 2019 at 6 PM – 8 PM
Tindley Temple United Methodist Church750 S Broad St, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19146TICKETS FREE BUT REQUIRED, at https://www.facebook.com/
events/2230007147249398/.Hear directly from our region’s Congressional delegation about how they’re pushing for change in Washington.
2020 BELONGS TO THOSE WHO SHOW UP! Join Indivisible and other grassroots groups from across Southeast PA as we engage our elected leaders in questions about what matters to you most. We’ll be hearing from US Representatives Congressman Brendan Boyle (PA 2), the Office of Rep. Dwight Evans (PA 3), Rep. Madeleine Dean (PA 4), Congresswoman Mary Gay Scanlon (PA 5), and U.S. Representative Chrissy Houlahan (PA 6), with more guests still to be confirmed. We hope to see you there!
Focus on Mariner East
The Mariner East pipeline project has been one of the top voter issues for multiple election cycles in Chester County. Join us for a discussion and evening of Q&A with our candidates for Chester County Commissioners regarding Mariner East. All 6 candidates are invited to this non-partisan event to learn each candidates position on topics related to Mariner East, including pipelines, fracking, renewable energy, plastics, and our environment.
Postponed at request of Catalyst
New date is 29th of May.
News from Julie Gosse
Catalyst Outdoor Advertising has appealed the denial of its application for a zoning permit to digitize its advertising sign at the corner of Routes 252 and 30 in Paoli. The Zoning Hearing Board will hold a public hearing to hear Catalyst’s appeals on Thursday, April 25, 2019 at 7pm at the Township Building.
I plan to attend this meeting, and hope to see a big community turnout! Digital billboards do not belong in Tredyffrin
Earth Day Event: Shredding & Recycling
When: Friday, April 26th, 2019 from 2:30 – 5:00pm
Where: Devon Elementary School (rain or shine)
What: Shredding by DocuVault, Recycle used Batteries, Crayons/Markers, Brita/PUR Water Filters, Light Bulbs (any type), Printer Cartridges, Shoes, and SMALL TOYS!! (Clean, lightly used, nothing that goes in the mouth)
‘Green’ tips & recycling guidelines will be available at our information table
‘Reusable’ merchandise will be available for sale
Hosted by: DES & TEMS Green Initiatives
The Mt. Pleasant Community has been working for years to achieve a high quality in life when a large number of houses in the community are rented to college students. College students may be up later making more noise than other members of the community. The meeting on the 26th is a chance to speak with community leaders about a continuing problem in Mt. Pleasant.
Join State Representatives Kristine Howard and Melissa Shusterman for a FREE document shredding event!
Bring any unneeded papers with confidential information, such as Social Security numbers, account numbers, and signatures.Staples are fine, but please, no paper clips. There is a limit of five bags/boxes per person. Please remove all non-paper trash from bags/boxes.