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 I am Jim Seif and I write to ask your support for my candidacy and for other independent “non-Slate” candidates for the CHCA Board. more
I am so disgusted by the gleeful reception that [Bill] Cosby is receiving, and his gloating effort in trying to reaffirm his innocence after his release from prison on what is a technical loophole. more
The letter by Marci Mowery and Tim Herd in the 24 June Local is welcome and important.  The heading encapsulates its significance. more
Reports of animals in distress alone in parked vehicles are on the increase.  A vehicle can turn into hell on wheels as time runs out for the innocent victim of carelessness.  Leaving your … more
Since the time of your article about our Whitemarsh Art Center's operations during the pandemic (“Great pandemic education rewards for local arts agency,” Oct. 8, 2020), many doors have … more
I am not quite sure what prompted me to write an editorial letter to the local paper as I have never done this before; however, I have spent a lot of time lately thinking about and talking with my patients about kindness.  more
I was glad to see Len Lear’s article highlighting Mikel Elam, a local artist and manager of the Artist’s and Craftsman’s art supply store. more
Thank you to our Community for helping us recycle over eight tons of electronics and 550 pounds of batteries on April 24. Thank you to the Sisters of St. Joseph Earth Center at Chestnut Hill College who made it possible by hosting our event.  more
I'm writing as an animal lover and long time adopter of homeless animals to inform like minded people that the homeless dogs and cats of Philadelphia are in danger because ACCT Philly, the only shelter funded by the city of Philadelphia, is in crisis. more
We, the East Mermaid Lane Neighbors Design Review Committed copied you on a letter sent to Jason Tucker of The Goldenberg Group.  more
Many readers of The Local are aware there is a flurry of proposed development plans in Philadelphia this spring. The Community Matters article in this week's edition outlines the development review process in Chestnut Hill. We urge everyone to read it. more
The April 22 issue of the Local published a very, very extensive letter advocating for the approval of the 30 W. Highland Ave. project. more
We are requesting the help of the Chestnut Hill Community Association and the community at large to assist East Mermaid Lane neighbors in maintaining the character and peace of our neighborhood. more
Too often, our culture obsesses over the present. What is now is all that matters. more
I am writing this out of my concern regarding the process in place to change the zoning status of property in Chestnut Hill. more
I recently watched a clip of U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) talking about how he felt during the insurrection on Jan. 6. more
I am delighted to have Neil Nolen’s article about me and my poetry book in the Chestnut Hill Local (“Ex-Mt. Airy artist writes first book of poetry at 80,” March 25). more
Thank you for the article by Len Lear regarding Robert Peck [“City responds to Hill area scientists on bird die-offs,” March 25] . Few seem to understand the significance for humans that the bird population is plummeting. more
Chestnut Hill is facing a housing boom with the owners of 30 W. Highland Ave and 100-102 E. Mermaid Lane seemingly wanting to develop more units and/or bigger buildings than their zoning permits.  This is a classic developer strategy to maximize profit by negotiating from a higher starting point than where they expect to end. more
I am writing to call on the Chestnut Hill community to demand and form a community-centric property development vision, plan and process. One that is inclusive, instead of exclusive. One that can be referenced for decisions, and that makes the entire community successful. more
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