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Turnpike Slip Ramp

Charlestown Citizens Opposed to the Turnpike Slip Ramp

Meeting Agenda - February 7, 1999


Recent Happenings

  • 2/1/99 Announcement of Public Informational Meeting (not a hearing) to be held on February 25, 1999 in the Great Valley High School cafeteria from 4:00 to 9:00 PM.
  • Turnpike Commission announces they are shelving ramp at Route 252 in Tredyffrin Township and focusing on Route 29.
  • Turnpike Commission will be meeting with County Planning Commission and County Commissioners on Wednesday, February 10, 1999.

Who is Formally Opposed

  • Charlestown Board of Supervisors
  • Charlestown Planning Commission
  • Chester County Planning Commission
  • Chester County Commissioners Karen Martynick & Andrew Dinniman
  • Charlestown Green, Inc.
  • Representative Carole Rubley

Who is NOT Formally Opposed

  • Colin Hanna — Chairman, Chester County Commissioners (up for re-election this year)
  • Great Valley School Board
  • Senator James Gerlach
  • Senator Robert Thompson

To Do Items

  • Encourage other Citizen Groups to Request Public Hearings at Great Valley High School
  • Letters — Letters — Letters
  • Pick-up Letter Writing Kits
  • Street Lists — Call all your neighbors
  • Neighborhood Groups - Charlestown Hunt, Tyrone Farms, Three Ponds . . .
  • Green Ribbons on Mailboxes — Keep Chester County Landscapes Green
  • Large Group Representation at Great Valley School Board Meeting Monday Evening
  • Encourage Homeowner Groups to send letters and contact their elected officials and SAY NO TO ANY TURNPIKE INTERCHANGES IN CHESTER COUNTY.

Source: Charlestown Citizens Opposed to the Turnpike Slip Ramp

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