Board of Supervisors Meeting on Monday, March 15 to Include Announcement of Sidewalk Subcommittee Members

The February 22 Board of Supervisors motion to reverse the St. Davids Golf Club decision included the creation of a  joint sidewalk subcommittee; members to come from the Board, Planning Commission and Sidewalks, Trails and Paths (STAP) Committee.  This subcommittee is to re-examine where the residents want sidewalks in the township and then create a formal process and procedure to design, develop and construct sidewalks and paths in Tredyffrin.  The agenda for the Monday, March 15 Board of Supervisors meeting includes an announcement of the sidewalk subcommittee members.  I am curious which members of the 3 organizations will be on the sidewalk subcommittee.  Personally, I would have liked the sidewalk subcommittee to include a couple of  residents (non-Tredyffrin board/committee members) to bring a different perspective.  Just a thought.

Tredyffrin Dog Owners — Please Beware!

Dog owners — Please Read                   

 Channel 6 ABC Action News gave the following news report at noon today, which I think is worth mentioning as a caution for our local community. 

RADNOR TWP., Pa. – March 12, 2010 (WPVI) — Officials in Radnor Township, Delaware County, say a second raccoon has bitten a dog. The attack happened on Thursday. The raccoon has not been captured. A different raccoon bit another dog on Monday. That raccoon was caught and tested positive for rabies. In light of the incidents, the township is offering a few safety reminders.

~ Do not let your pets or your children outside unsupervised.
~ Have your pets vaccinated for rabies.
~ Call police if you see a nocturnal animal, like a raccoon, during the day.
~ If someone is bitten, wash the wound immediately and contact a doctor

State Rep Paul Drucker to Host Job Fair on March 31 in Phoenixville

State Rep Paul Drucker’s March newsletter arrived in the mail yesterday and contained an important announcement for those in the community that are looking for a job.  Together with PA Department of Labor & Industry, Rep Drucker is hosting a Job Fair on Wednesday, March 31, 2-5 PM at the Phoenixville Civic Center, 123 Main Street, Phoenixville.  The job fair will include a resume writing workshop and job hunting seminars.  Job opportunities at all levels will be available. 

Rep Drucker is reporting that the following industries are confirmed to be on-hand: 

  • Human Services 
  • Retail/Restaurant 
  • Non-Profit 
  • Healthcare 
  • Insurance 
  • Financial Services 
  • Early Childhood Education 

Employers from various additional industries are also expected to be in attendance. The event will also feature job opportunities for veterans. Admission is free and business attire is encouraged.  This is good news for local job-seekers.  If you are in the job market, mark your calendar for March 31.  Thank you Rep Drucker  for offering this opportunity to the residents in your legislative district!