Turn your ShopRite purchases into funds for WICA! ShopRite will reimburse WICA for one half of one percent (0.5%) of the total receipts we turn in. Please save your receipts and send them to Lisa Wetzler at 124 Sumac Street, Philadelphia, PA 19128. Receipts can also be brought to any of our meetings or we… Read more »
The next General Membership meeting is August 14th at 7pm. The meeting will be held in the board room of Northern Children’s Services (5301 Ridge Ave). The easiest way to access the board room is via the 400 block of Righter Street near the field. Parking is available in front of the entrance to the… Read more »
The next General Membership meeting is June 12th at 7pm. The meeting will be held in the board room of Northern Children’s Services (5301 Ridge Ave). The easiest way to access the board room is via the 400 block of Righter Street near the field. Parking is available in front of the entrance to the… 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 »
Dear Neighbor, To a one, I believe we are all terribly saddened and appalled at the murder/suicide that occurred in Manayunk this past week involving a 7-year-old little girl and her biological father. I know only what I have read in the paper and I am aware of much commentary on social media. In particular,… Read more »
The U.S. Census Bureau is starting to gear up for the 2020 Census. They are seeking applicants in the Philadelphia metro area for positions that will include Management, Administrative, IT, Clerical and more. As time progress, they will need to fill a numerous field and office positions across our region. The vacancy announcements will be… Read more »
On December 14, 2017, the Demolition Moratorium was read and passed by City Council. On December 20, 2017, Mayor Kenney signed the bill. The moratorium will take effect for one year and will prevent both demolition and construction on designated historically significant properties.