Letters, Oct. 17: Black and White Gala reaction

Letters | October 17th, 2018 | Leave a comment

A Masqued Black and White Gala 2018 What a night! We had hoped to match the success of last year’s Black and White Gala, but it seems that we surpassed it! Yes, it was a brilliant evening and the huge white tent was decorated with hundreds of black and white balloons, the tables were decorated […]

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Letters, Oct. 4: Solar power and Pearl Kim profile

Letters | October 3rd, 2018 | Leave a comment

See solar power in action Clean energy is such an exciting path to the future. In fact, clean energy – solar panels, wind turbines and energy efficiency – are our only choice for a sustainable energy future Many of our neighbors will be available to show off and discuss their solar panels this weekend (Oct […]

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Letters: Aug. 30: Abolition Hall connections and Trump fears

Letters | August 29th, 2018 | Leave a comment

Abolition Hall’s Mt. Airy connection Readers of the August 23 Local article by Colleen Gallagher on the history of Plymouth Meeting’s Abolition Hall might be interested to know of a Mt. Airy connection to the Corsons and the Maulsbys. Martha Maulsby Corson’s brother, Dr. George Maulsby, a career naval doctor, was married to Anna Matilda […]

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Letters, August 23: Call addicts addicts

Letters | August 22nd, 2018 | Leave a comment

Call addicts addicts I write in response to the August 16 story by Joel Wolfram [WHYY’s “Don’t call people addicts”], which suggests that changing the way in which we refer to “addicts” and “alcoholics” will somehow result in a happier and better future for those so afflicted. This proposal, apparently based on research at the […]

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Letters for Aug. 9: Abolition Hall supporters respond to developer

Letters | August 8th, 2018 | Leave a comment

Facts matter for Abolition Hall development Indeed, “community growth and historic preservation can coexist” [“Preserving history with responsible development,” by K Honvnanian Division President, Barry McGarron, published August 2], but responsible development must be predicated upon a respect for the past, the people and the facts. K. Hovnanian, its attorneys, and its public relations firm, […]

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