On January 30, 2020, SEPTA issued a Community Update for the Wissahickon Transportation Center Project. At the September 2019 meeting of the Coalition of Civics, SEPTA presented 15% conceptual plans for the Wissahickon Transportation Center Plan. You can access a pdf of the PowerPoint presentation below.
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Update: At the Zoning Hearing on January 8th, the ZBA granted the application with provisos. The Applicant’s revised plans (October 2019) propose to create six new lots from the two existing lots at 200 and 214 Kalos Street. All existing buildings are to be demolished. The development will include six semi-detached dwelling units (three twins),… Read more »
The Applicant’s latest plans propose to create eight new lots (down from the original nine) from two existing lots (200 and 214 Kalos St.) and a new single-family attached home (townhome) on each lot. All existing buildings are to be demolished. ZBA Hearing Update Public Meeting Vote Results Date of Meeting: May 14, 2019Location of Meeting: Wissahickon… Read more »
Update: At the ZBA hearing held on January 30th, a temporary 5-year variance (expiring 1/31/2024) was approved with provisos, including commercial trash pick-up three times per week. Additional information can be found on the Zoning Appeals website: Appeal #35968 A canine day care (currently Little White Dog Doggie Daycare located in East Falls) has applied for… Read more »
Councilman Curtis Jones has introduced a bill that would institute a temporary moratorium on the demolition of properties on Ridge Avenue. This is great news for WICA as it gives us time to plan the preservation of our community. Councilman’s Statement | Demolition Moratorium Bill