That's A Wrap! - 6/9/20

On Tuesday June 9th, Phoenixville Borough Council unanimously a resolution temporarily permitting restaurants and retail stores to use the sidewalks and portions of Bridge Street. The resolution will allow the closure of the 100 and 200 blocks of Bridge Street to vehicular traffic, as well as the Main and Bridge Street Parking Lot. Mayor Peter Urscheler applauded Borough Council for their hard work in taking this on. He reiterated that this will be designed for restaurants and retailers to expand their square footage in an attempt to make up for the capacity that they normally would have had inside. The Solicitor gave words of confidence, stating that the what the borough has been planning i

Community Town Hall - The Days After George Floyd: What Happens When the Protests Stop?

Brooke Ginty is joined by an impressive panel of guests, from all different walks of life, who will bring their unique experiences and perspectives to this conversation. We have a pastor, a grandchild of holocaust survivors, a crisis negotiator, a retired police captain, and a former prosecutor and criminal defense attorney. Most of the guests have been life-long residents, many of my guests are career police officers, and every one of my guests this evening is passionate about opening up a conversation on race in America, and how we can heal our hearts, and move forward – together- for change. #townhall

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