12-03-13 Radnor Township School District Board Meeting

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12-03-13 Radnor Township School District (RTSD) reorganization meeting was held on Dec. 3, 2013. Judge Ann A. Osborne, Delaware County Court of Common Pleas, did the honors of swearing in David Falcone, Susan Michaelson, Lydia Solomon and Susan Stern as Board Directors. Public Comment, Board Comment and other duties were performed. Produced by John F. Haines, Sr. email:

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11-27-13 Radnor Township Planning Commission (Special) Meeting, Part 1, 2, 3, 4

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11-27-13 The Radnor Township Planning Commission (Part 1 of 4) held a special meeting on November 27, 2013 at 2:00 P.M. The topic of this meeting was the MUST (Mixed-Use Special Transportation Development Use) within the PLO -- Planned Laboratory-Office District. Attending the meeting in this segment included: George Grossman (Brandywine Realty Representative), Dennis Glackin, Greg Richardson, Amy Kaminski, Nick Caniglia, John Wishner (McMahon & Associates). The Planning Board members include Julia Hurle (Chairperson), Skip Kunda (Vice-Chairperson), John Lord, Steve Cooper, Douglas H. McCone, Susan Stern, Regina Majercak, Kathy Bogosian and Elizabeth Springer. Produced by John F. Haines, Sr. email:

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11-21-13 Ardrossan Conditional Use Hearing (Number 5) Part 1, 2, 3, 4,5

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11-21-13 Ardrossan Conditional Use Hearing, Part 1 of 5. This is the fifth and final in a series of hearings. Appearing in this segment: Hearing Officer William J. Bolla, Esq., McNamara, Bolla & Panzer; John C. Snyder, Lawyer; John B. Rice, Esq., Radnor Township Solicitor. Residents: Phil Graham, Chet Harrington Tim Boylan, Colleen Price, Martin Snyder, Leslie Morgan, D. Schork, Cheryl Tumola, Edward McGinley and Suzanne Tettit. Produced by John F. Haines, Sr. email:

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Fellini Closed!

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Fellini Cafe in Ardmore, the inexplicably popular "Italian" purveyor of not very good food, whose owner notoriously makes his employees pay for the "complimentary"wine served to customers, is closed by order of the District Court, not for health code violations as you might expect, but for non-payment of judgments for rent in arrears.

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11-04-13 Radnor Township Planning Commission Meeting, Parts 1, 2, 3 and 4

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11-04-13 Radnor Township Planning Commission, Part 1 of 4. In this segment: Minutes of the Meetings of October 7 & 8, 2013; Old Business. (1.) Moved to beginning of meeting. 2013-D-07 -- 115 Strafford LLC -- Preliminary Land Development Plan 115 Strafford Avenue to construct 11 town homes -- Submitted 8/2/13. (2.) Villanova Zoning Amendment - Amending Chapter 280 of the Radnor Township Code, Zoning Ordinance, by establishing regulations for a new Comprehensive Integrated College Development Use within the PI -- Planned Institution District. Produced by John F. Haines, Sr. email:

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10-29-13 Ardrossan Conditional Use Hearing (3rd one) Parts 1, 2, 3

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10-29-13 Ardrossan Conditional Use Hearing, Part 1 of 3. This is the third in a series of hearings. Topic: Traffic. Appearing in this segment: Hearing Officer William J. Bolla, Esq, McNamara, Bolla & Panzer; John C. Snyder, Lawyer; John B. Rice, Esq., Radnor Township Solicitor; James Ettelson, Representing Radnor Tax Pay's Association (Offit/Korman Attorneys at Law); Greg Richardson, Traffic Planning & Design. Produced by John F. Haines, Sr. email:

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Can We Call it SPINGLER-GATE?

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Color me confused so close to election day in Radnor Township. Bill Spingler is running for what now? Treasurer of Radnor Township? Now I have been gone off the Main Line a while now, but is Radnor still in Delaware County? So ummm isn't Tredyffrin in Chester County? Quizzle me this: where does Bill Spingler REALLY live these days?

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Public Meeting at LM High School Tonight

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The LM School District invites residents of Ardmore and Wynnewood to a meeting tonight to talk about the proposed expansion of Lower Merion High School.  

On November 18 the Board of School Directors will vote to expand the high school choice zone so that it is close to what was in effect before the most recent redistricting.  Among other things, this will restore choice to the LM VUE plaintiffs who sued the School District and lost in both the Federal District Court and the Federal Court of Appeals.

Recently, Kathy Boccella, a reporter for the Inquirer, wrote about the plan:  http://articles.philly.com/2013-10-15/news/43029815_1_enrollment-spike-patrick-guinnane-classrooms#J0bqb4pqRV1iQ4HZ.99

The irony is not lost on those who say the racial-discrimination fight divided the wealthy community and embarrassed one of the top school districts in the state.

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Repeated and Unexplained PECO Lights Out in Ardmore Leaves Residents PISSED OFF

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Ardmore residents left in the dark - again
By Cheryl Allison
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Published: Friday, September 27, 2013

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Power outages have been a recurring problem in the area around Cricket Avenue and in other parts of the Ardmore business district. Residents have been left in the dark, and stores and restaurants have lost business hours and days.

An outage on Sunday, Sept. 22, with recurrences as late as Thursday afternoon, is generating more heat than usual, however.

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