Upcoming Debates

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Later in the month of October, Candidates in Wards 4, 8, 10, 12, and 14 will be holding debates. Times and locations can be found on this page.

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$4200 raised at fundraiser

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Thanks to all for their help and their financial support at the recent SAC fundraiser. SAC raised in excess of $4200!

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Know Your Candidates

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Previously, we sent out surveys to Lower Merion Commissioner candidates about the current situation in Ardmore. We asked them about the "blight" designation, whether eminent domain should be considered, and their position on the Ardmore Redevelopment Plan.

Their answers can be found here.

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The Save Ardmore Coalition is Having a Party!

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Mark your calendars today: The Save Ardmore Coalition is Having a Party!

The hottest grassroots in town is throwing itself a party with a purpose: fun and fundraising! And who said fighting eminent domain abuse couldn't be fun?

When? Saturday, October 1st, 2005

Where? Brownie's 23 East on Lancaster Avenue in downtown Ardmore, PA

The details: Saturday October 1st, 5-9 PM - Silent auction fundraiser at Brownies 23 East. $20 admission which includes food, drink, and music. Thousands of dollars worth of items, services and gift certificates from Ardmore businesses will be bid on in the silent auction. Actually, Businesses from all over are giving us amazing stuff for the silent auction! (A partial list of items in the silent auction can be found here)

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New Website

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If you've noticed a new look to our website, that is because we are in the process of moving to the Drupal Content Management System. This move is an important step in our online presence as an organization. It will allow us to publish content quickly and support advanced features like categorizing content and having a search feature available. Further down the road, we will examine the possibility of creating forums which area residents can participate in.

We are looking for a few good people to assist in writing new content for the site. If you would like to help, please contact us.

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