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Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Rejection or Continuance of Request for barber Shop at 3506 Cottman Avenue

Mayfair Civic Association

December 14, 2010

Lynette Brown-Sow, Chairperson

Zoning Board of Adjustment

Municipal Services Building

1401 John F. Kennedy Blvd.

Philadelphia, PA 19102

Re: Zoning Application: 3506 Cottman Avenue

Applicant: Kenneth A. Young, Esquire

Date of Hearing: December 15, 2010

Time of Hearing: 2PM

Dear Ms. Brown-Sow:

Please accept this letter on behalf of the Mayfair Civic Association (“MCA”) which represents the neighbors of the Mayfair community. The MCA has made several attempts to set up a meeting with the above named applicant; who has refused to respond to our numerous requests. Therefore, we request a denial to the above application for the purpose of a barber shop. The use of this property, located at 3506 Cottman Avenue, is not permissible by § 14-1619, Tacony/Mayfair Special District Controls (known customarily as “the Overlay”) which states:

(3) Prohibited Uses. For all commercially zoned properties with frontage on Frankford Avenue between Harbison Avenue and Solly Avenue, as well as all commercially zoned properties with frontage on Cottman Avenue between Leon Street and Erdrick Street, and notwithstanding any other Chapter of this Title, the following uses shall be prohibited:

(a) Barber and/or beauty shops;

(b) Bars, pubs and taverns;

(c) Consignment shops;

(d) Employment agencies;

(e) Restaurants;

(f) Retail Sales of beauty products and/or wigs;

This Overlay states that new barbershops are restricted from doing business within the stated boundaries; where in 3506 Cottman Avenue is located. This was to ensure that there is not overabundance of one type of business in a set area, whereas in this case, there are a minimum of six types of this particular business in a three (3) block area.

However, in the alternative, should the Zoning Board of Adjustment (“ZBA”) not deny the petition based upon the above referenced Overlay, we respectfully ask that the ZBA continue this matter so that the neighborhood may have an opportunity to meet with the applicant.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me at the above number.

Very truly yours,

Joe De Felice sig _____________________

Joseph J. DeFelice, Esq.

President

Wednesday, December 01, 2010

Annual Mayfair Christmas Tree Lighting


Don’t Forget…….
Mayfair Business Association
presents
Annual Mayfair Christmas Tree Lighting
Sunday, December 12th, 2010 • 4:00 p.m.
7216-7218 Frankford Avenue
(next to Frusco’s Steaks, at Wellington Street)

Monday, November 29, 2010

Civic Meeting Update - See everyone on Tuesday Night!



Mayfair Civic Association • Tuesday, November 30th, 2010 • 7:00 p.m. • Meeting Agenda

John M. Perzel Community Center • 2990 Saint Vincent Street (at Battersby Street)

Guest Speakers • Questions & Answers Forum

1st SpeakerCommissioner Louis Giorla, Philadelphia Prison Systems

2nd SpeakerCommunity Planner Ian Litwin, Philadelphia City Planning Commission

3rd SpeakerVictim/Witness Coordinator Anna M. Stacey, Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office

Other Business

Zoning Updates • Mayfair-Holmesburg Thanksgiving Parade Follow-Up • Upcoming Christmas Tree Lighting • Proposed Wawa

Leaf Collection Information • Membership Drive • Neighbors’ Concerns • Abraham Lincoln HS Update • Past Issues

Notice Re: Cell Tower at Frankford and Wellington

Dear Neighbors,
Please accept this as notice of a Cell Phone Tower to be installed on the east side of Frankford Avenue at Wellington St (behind the Hunan Star restaurant). Originally we were contacted by the Petitioner about establishing this tower at Cottman and Frankford Aves near the northside of the bank. We, as we always do, through our Secretary, Pete McDermott, notified the Petitioner that in order to get the neighborhood's support, they would have to fill out our intake form and appear in front of the Civic Association after proper notice had been rendered to the surrounding neighbors and businesses. Shortly thereafter, Mr Orphanides, who represented the Petitioner, stated that they had secured a permit for this tower on the Eastside of Frankford Ave and Northside of Wellington St and therefore would not need to present in front of tomorrow's Civic meeting. Because cell phone towers are usually hot button issues for areas, we want to notify our neighbors that the area where this will be installed falls outside of the Civic and Business Association's boundaries and we are therefore unable to weigh-in.
However, should you have any questions in regards to this proposed tower, please forward them to us and we will pass them on to the appropriate party.
Thank you
Joe DeFelice
President, Mayfair Civic Association

Sunday, November 21, 2010

Mayfair Holmesburg Thanksgiving Parade

Todays parade was an excellent event. Everybody pitched in to make it a special event. Special thank you to Civic Board Members Lisa Greco, Pete McDermott and Donny for the all the work that was put out. Finally, an extra special thank you to Parade Chairwoman, Suzanne St. Marie, whose vision to bring the parade back to Avenue was greatly fulfilled. Great job gang and keep up the good work. Its days like these that I am proud to call Mayfair my home.

Ps. Thanks also to the Board members that marched in the parade as well (Mike, Milt and Shawn).

Joe DeFelice
President
Mayfair Civic Association.
Joseph J DeFelice, Esq.
215-292-3926
Sent from my Verizon Wireless BlackBerry

Thursday, November 18, 2010

34th ANNUAL MAYFAIR HOLMESBURG THANKSGIVING PARADE RETURNS TO FRANKFORD AVENUE

Mayfair Business Association

Contact: Lisa Greco FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Phone: 215-327-4756

Email: bellalisa3530@msn.com

Web: www.mayfairbiz.com

34th ANNUAL MAYFAIR HOLMESBURG THANKSGIVING PARADE RETURNS TO FRANKFORD AVENUE

Festivities Kick-Off At Noon at Rhawn St. at Frankford Avenue

On Sunday November 21st, 2010

The Mayfair Business Association is excited to announce that the Thanksgiving Parade has returned to “The Avenue”. Last year, due to the economic climate we faced in Philadelphia and across the Country, the Parade had to be relocated and moved indoors and redubbed a “Parade of Talent”; however, thanks to the dedication of the Mayfair Business Association, with help from the Holmesburg Amateur Radio Club, the Greater Kensington String Band and countless volunteers, citizens and businesses, the Parade and its accompanying acts, brood of talent, and gaggle of dignitaries will once again strut their stuff down Frankford Avenue. First Year Parade Chairwoman, Suzanne St. Marie, who also sits on the Board of the Mayfair Business and Civic Associations, stated “It is tremendous to have the Parade back on the Avenue again. So many people came forward to make this happen, especially the Optimists who had previously organized the parade for decades before turning control over to our organization; to the businesses not only from up and down the Avenue but also from all over the region and finally to people of Mayfair, Holmesburg and Northeast Philly in general who made their wishes known that this Parade is an important staple of our community.”

This year, the Parade’s Theme is “Saluting Our Defenders of Liberty”; which is notable due to the fact that one our of own Defenders of Liberty, the Parade’s Grand Marshall, will be Kevin McCloskey, a neighborhood resident who lost both his legs fighting Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan. St. Marie stated, “It was a no brainer when it came time to select a Grand Marshall. Kevin exudes what it is to be a Northeast Philly resident and grow up along the Avenue. He is the type of person our children, who will be in the viewing audience of the Parade, can look up to and call a hero.” Aside from Kevin, many dignitaries from elected officials, to Community and Business Leaders, to all different types of talent, to the great schools from our community will be represented as will be our special guest that ends the parade every year which is, in and of itself, a staple of our Mayfair tradition.

A Few Reminders: Children should bring their letters for Santa Claus. Silly String is strictly prohibited. Please do not patronize unauthorized vendors. Please remain on the curb and out of the street. Finally, this event is funded entirely through donations; please support our sponsors and try to donate at least one dollar into the donation jugs to help fund the 2011 Parade.

This event is the culmination of an exciting year for Mayfair that began with our tree lighting ceremony back in December, and delved into our Third Annual Mayfair May Fair and Second Annual Fallen Heroes Run, all of which are just another reason that Mayfair is a great place to live, work and play.

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Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Mayfair Civic Association Teams up with Feel the Warmth


Feel the Warmth collects slightly warn coats to help keep those warm that are unable to affod a coat for themselves.  Our drop off location will be at Torresdale Flower Shop.7332 Frankford Avenue Philadelphia, PA. www.torresdaleflowers.com



Live Nativity at Lambie Funeral Home

Sunday, November 14, 2010

Re: Mayfair Townwatch

From John Vearling re: Mayfair Townwatch

I would like to take this time to congratulate all the members of townwatch, we where recognized for the work we have done. we received the governors award on citizen crime prevention. Thank you for being involved in your community,this is proof if everyone does their part you can make a difference. this is a very prestigious award and we all should be proud.
On a sad note Lieutenant Bugieda will be leaving us. he received a promotion, I would like to thank him for all the hard work he has done is, he was a large part of getting townwatch/psa of the ground, he has been there for us every step and always was just a phone call away. I would like to ask everyone to get more involved we have a news letter to put out, fundraising,recruiting,patrolling,as well as other aspects. Please get your friends and neighbors involved. we will be doing a training in December please plan to attend. just a reminder Novembers meeting is the 15th it is a little early this month due to the holiday, I gave everyone more than a month notice on this meeting so I hope to see a great turn out.
J Vearling

Joseph J DeFelice, Esq.
215-292-3926
Sent from my Verizon Wireless BlackBerry

Friday, November 12, 2010

Approved Zoning 6523 Frankford Avenue Unlimited Cellular, LLC; trading as Cricket Cell

MAYFAIR CIVIC.jpg


Board Officers

Joseph J. DeFelice

President

Michael M. Williams

Vice-President

Suzann St. Marie

Treasurer

Peter J. McDermott

Secretary

Michael J. Serverson

Asst. Secretary

Shawn P. Murphy

Sergeant-at-Arms

Donny A. Smith, Jr.

Asst. Sergeant-at-Arms

Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Ms. Lynette Brown-Sow

Chairperson

Zoning Board of Adjustment

Municipal Services Building

1401 John F. Kennedy Blvd.

Philadelphia, PA 19102

Re: Appeal for Zoning Use(s) & Use Variance at 6523 Frankford Avenue

Unlimited Cellular, LLC; trading as Cricket Cell

Cal. No.: 13444 Appl. No.: 298394 Date & Time: Wed., Nov. 10, 2010, 5:00 p.m.

Owner: Wassim M. Ramadan Applicant & Attorney Name: Lawrence Solomon, Esquire

To Whom It May Concern:

Please accept this letter as an Approval Letter, in reference to the above, on behalf of the Mayfair Civic Association (“MCA”). We have had the opportunity to meet with the owner of the above establishment and we approve of the zoning/use variance for this business. Nevertheless, Mr. Solomon has agreed to beautify and maintain the exterior & join and become an active member of the Mayfair Business Association and will support our endeavors to further the Mayfair Business environment. Please accept these as provisos set aside for the affirmation of such variance.

Sincerely Yours,

Peter J. McDermott

Board Secretary

cc: Joseph J. DeFelice, Mayfair Civic Association

Maurice J. Hartey, Mayfair Community Development Corporation

Michael Scotese, Mayfair Business Association

Linda Lawrence, Councilwoman Joan L. Krajewski

Lawrence Solomon, Esquire; Applicant & Attorney

Zoning 7701 Brous Avenue (No Opposition)

MAYFAIR CIVIC.jpg


Board Officers

Joseph J. DeFelice

President

Michael M. Williams

Vice-President

Suzann St. Marie

Treasurer

Peter J. McDermott

Secretary

Michael J. Serverson

Asst. Secretary

Shawn P. Murphy

Sergeant-at-Arms

Donny A. Smith, Jr.

Asst. Sergeant-at-Arms

Monday, November 8, 2010

Ms. Lynette Brown-Sow

Chairperson

Zoning Board of Adjustment

Municipal Services Building

1401 John F. Kennedy Blvd.

Philadelphia, PA 19102

Re: Appeal for Zoning Use at 7701 Brous Avenue

Cal. No.: 13475 Appl. No.: 300289 Date & Time: Tues., Nov. 9, 2010, 9:30 a.m.

Owner: Frank R. & Geraldine G. Carmine Applicant: Joseph O’Donnell

To Whom It May Concern:

Please accept this Letter as a Letter of No Opposition, regarding the aforementioned property, on behalf of the Mayfair Civic Association (“MCA”). We have had the opportunity to meet with the Owners, Frank & Geraldine Carmine, of this residential property.

They presented Drawings for the Proposed Addition, Comprehensive Photographs of the Site and Adjacent Properties, the Zoning Notices properly displayed, and Letters from their Neighbors, stating No Opposition to the Proposed Side Yard Addition.

Please feel free to contact us with any additional questions that you may have.

Sincerely Yours,

Peter J. McDermott

Board Secretary

cc: Joseph J. DeFelice, Mayfair Civic Association

Maurice J. Hartey, Mayfair Community Development Corporation

Linda Lawrence, Councilwoman Joan L. Krajewski

Frank R. & Geraldine G. Carmine, Property Owners

Friday, November 05, 2010

Fw: [MayfairBiz] Mayfair Business Assoc General Meeting - This Monday

------Original Message------
From: Scoats
Sender: mayfairbiz@googlegroups.com
To: mayfairbiz
Subject: [MayfairBiz] Mayfair Business Assoc General Meeting - This Monday
Sent: Nov 4, 2010 7:58 PM

Hello Everyone, I hope things are well with everyone. We have a general meeting for the MBA scheduled for this coming Monday, at 5:30pm, at the Perzel Center. On the agenda so far: - Mayfair/Holmesburg Thanksgiving Parade - Zoning change for newstand at Cottman and Frankford. - If you would like something added to the agenda, please email me. I hope you can make it. We have a good crew of people but we could always use more. There's strength in numbers. And we never keep you too long or waste your time. Thanks! -- Scoats Lodgemaster The Grey Lodge Pub Mayfair - Northeast Philadelphia USA www.greylodge.com "Give a man a fish and he will eat for a day. Teach a man to fish and he will spend all weekend in a boat drinking beer". -- You received this message because you are subscribed to the Google Groups "Mayfair Business Association" group. To post to this group, send email to mayfairbiz@googlegroups.com. To unsubscribe from this group, send email to mayfairbiz+unsubscribe@googlegroups.com. For more options, visit this group at http://groups.google.com/group/mayfairbiz?hl=en.
Joseph J DeFelice, Esq.
215-292-3926
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Thursday, November 04, 2010

Letter of Support - Re: Philadelphia Sports Zone

MAYFAIR CIVIC ASSOCIATION

3122 Windish Street

Philadelphia, PA 19152

Mayfaircivicassociation@yahoo.com

www.mayfaircivicassociation.com

215-292-3926

November 4, 2010

Lynette Brown-Sow, Chairperson

Zoning Board of Adjustment

Municipal Services Building

1401 John F. Kennedy Blvd.

Phila PA 19102

Re: Zoning Application:

Philadelphia Sports Zone

To Whom It May Concern:

Please accept this letter as a letter of support for the Philadelphia Sports Zone. We feel this facility will be a tremendous asset to Northeast Philadelphia. Procedurally, we never weigh in on maters outside of our boundaries; however, because they have already received the enthusiastic support of the Upper Holmesburg Civic Association and we feel that this facility will impact the entire Northeast (including Mayfair) we therefore ask that you approve their application for zoning.

Feel free to contact me with any questions that you may have.

Sincerely,

Joe De Felice sig

_______________________

Joseph J. DeFelice, Esq.

President

Cc: Maggie Coughlan, Proprietor, Philadelphia Sports Zone

Mike Scotese, Mayfair Business Association

Linda Lawrence, Councilwoman Krajewski

Thursday, October 21, 2010

THE BARREL OF A GUN Friday October 29, 2010 Devon Theatre 6333 Frankford Avenue

THE BARREL OF A GUN

Friday October 29, 2010

Devon Theatre

6333 Frankford Avenue

Philadelphia, PA 19135

7pm-9pm

Tickets - $10 at the door

VIP tickets - $25 at the door

All proceeds go to the Faulkner Family

RSVP – For reservations call 267-979-0895

Michael Mcilmail –mike@electmarc.com

Pamela Warren –pamelawarren1@comcast.net

Monday, October 18, 2010

Townwatch Update from John Vearling

Hi everyone, This is a reminder of our next townwatch/psa meeting. Tuesday October 19th 7:00 PM at the perzel center it is very important that we all attend. We have had some issues in our community and we are getting a handle on them but it takes everyone to do there part. Let's keep up the good work don't leave it to everyone else we all need to do our part. please drop me an e mail and let us know if you will be attending. also feel free to send me an e-mail on any ideas on how we can make our community better. Novembers meeting will be on Tuesday November 15th at 7:00 PM at the Perzel Center.
J Vearling

Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Lincoln Update

We recently an inquiry from Don Anticoli, Principal of Lincoln High School pertaining to Lincoln's weight room. Lincoln is interested in working out an agreement with the community whereas the community could use Lincoln's new weight room facility. We are going to meet with Don in the near future to hash out the details.
Thank you.

Friday, October 08, 2010

Mayfair Civic, Business and CDC approve Zoning Variance for Wawa




MAYFAIR CIVIC ASSOCIATION

3122 Windish Street

Philadelphia, PA 19152

Mayfaircivicassociation@yahoo.com

www.mayfaircivicassociation.com

215-292-3926

October 8, 2010

Lynette Brown-Sow, Chairperson

Zoning Board of Adjustment

Municipal Services Building

1401 John F. Kennedy Blvd.

Phila., PA 19102

Re: Zoning Application: Wawa

Applicant: Wawa (Tyson and Roosevelt Blvd)

MAYFAIR

CIVIC

ASSOCIATION

Executive Board

Joseph J. DeFelice, Esq

President

Michael Williams, Esq

Vice-President

Peter McDermott,

Secretary

Suzanne St. Marie,

Treasurer

Shawn Murphy,

Sgt. at Arms

Michael Serverson,

Asst. Sec.

Donny Smith,

Asst. Sgt. at Arms

To Whom It May Concern:

Please accept this letter as an approval letter re the above on behalf of the Mayfair Business Association (“MBA”), Mayfair Civic Association (“MCA”) and Mayfair Community Development Corporation (“MCDC”). We have had the opportunity to meet with a representative, developers and an attorney for the above establishment and we approve a zoning variance for this business. Wawa has made a commitment to bettering our Mayfair Community by sponsoring several events and agreeing to many provisos such as beautifying the exterior of the property, moving the trash receptacle from the south side of the building to the north side of the building, moving deliveries from the south side of the building to the north side of the building and changing the design of the exterior of the property to a brick and stone fa├žade on the lower portion, as seen in the attached photograph, to reflect the rowhome look of our Mayfair Neighborhood.

Therefore, based upon the above provisos, we approve any variances associated with this business which we believe will be an asset to our community.

Feel free to contact me with any questions that you may have.

Sincerely,

Joe De Felice sig

_______________________

Joseph J. DeFelice, Esq.

President

Cc: Reese Hartey, Mayfair CDC

Mike Scotese, Mayfair Business Association

Linda Lawrence, Councilwoman Krajewski


***NOTE***

Wawa has agreed to sponsor the Mayfair Fallen Heroes Run, the Mayfair May Fair as well as join the Mayfair Business Association for the next five years. They are also working very closely with Suzanne St. Marie with this years Mayfair Holmesburg Thanksgiving Parade.

Saturday, October 02, 2010

Mayfair Civic Association Meeting Minutes

The following are abbreviated minutes from Tuesday's meeting at Lincoln High School.

Meeting begins approx 7:10PM. Attendees slightly over 50.

President Joe DeFelice begins the meeting by thanking everyone for coming and thanking Lincoln High School for hosting. We normally have our meetings at the Perzel Center and they will go back there for the November 30, 2010 @ 7PM.

Copies of the proposed bylaws were passed around.

DeFelice announced that 15th District Captain Bachmeyer would be hosting a Captains townhall at the the Perzel Center on Thursday October 7, 2010 at 7PM.

DeFelice then announced the appointment of officers: Mike Williams will serve as Legal Counsel and Vice-President, Suzanne St. Marie as Treasurer, Pete McDermott as Recording Secretary (who will also handle Zoning), and Shawn Murphy as Sgt at Arms. Mike Serverson will serve as Corresponding (Asst.) Secretary and Donny Smith will serve as Asst. Sgt. at Arms.

DeFelice then turned to Pete McDermott for a reading of the previous months special meeting as well as a Zoning Update.

McDermott began by reading a portion of the meeting minutes but was stopped partially of the way through in order to expedite matters and the minutes were approved.

McDermott began the Zoning portion by stating
- The Civic Association had won its battle against Paddy Whacks opening a proposed location at Glenview and Frankford when the zoning board ruled against a change in variance specifically the overlay ordinance which states no new bars or restaurants on Frankford Ave.
-The Civic recently approved the application of a Cricket Cell Phone store at Frankford and Wellington with provisos.
-The Civic denied an application of a 12 child daycare that wanted to open in the basement of a residence at 3101 Fanshawe St.
-The Civic made an executive decision to deny any applications for zoning where the proposed is a single family residence to a duplex, triplex, or boarding (Rooming) house or a duplex to triplex. -They also denied all applications that ask for businesses in residential basements because they believe that we have enough available storefronts currently available in Mayfair.
-The Civic denied an application for a rooming house on the 3200 block of Rawle St as well as a proposed triplex on Fairfield Street.
-The Civic will support the development of a Super Wawa at Tyson and the Blvd with provisos, such as a slightly different exterior, removal of trash and delivery from residential sight lines as well as sponsorship for local charities etc.
-The Civic is still in discussions with the 1st Northeast International Supermarket, whom the denied Zoning for in June, about potential issues facing neighbors in the immediate vicinity.
-The Civic has been in constant discussions with Eric Matson re: the stores at Cottman and Frankford that had been posting unsightly plywood fronts.
- Finally, the Civic announced that Cricket is seeking zoning for a cell phone tower at Cottman and Frankford.

Suzanne St. Marie gave a Treasurers report as well as an update on the Mayfair Holmesburg Parade which is back on the Avenue this year.
The Civic currently roughly $3K in the bank earmarked for a separate account dealing with the lots behind 3400 Ryan and Cottman; close to $14K in a separate account for the rebuilding of the Mayfair Memorial Playground and another $1050 in a separate account earmarked for zoning attorney Joe Beller.

Parade Update - Sue is bringing the Parade back to the Avenue with the Mayfair Business Association as well as support from many local businesses and groups. She is looking for help and can be reached at mhparade@aol.com or at 215-333-2712 or by stopping by Bella Lisa Hair Studio at 3530 Cottman Ave.

Bylaws were unanimously approved after being posted online fore the previous three months for comment.

Melinda Mulvenna, who was previously named Chair of the Mayfair Memorial Playground Committee, waived her reading of an update and instead asked President DeFelice to read it.
DeFelice stated that the Civic and the Friends of Mayfair Memorial Playground had come a long way and are currently sitting at close to $14k in the bank. He also stated that he is working closely with a generous benefactor re donation of slightly used playground equipment that "we can put in there until we raise enough for new equipment". He also stated that they are working very closely with Jeff Cardwell from the School District of Philadelphia to raise funds for installation and matting and Cardwell believes that he he can help secure the funding for the new equipment. The Civic recently has dropped 750 envelopes to area residents asking for donations and had another 500 waiting to be dropped.

DeFelice announced that the 3rd Annual Mayfair Fallen Heroes Run would be held in early May and that the Civic would honor the Memory of slain Sgt Patrick McDonald.

DeFelice then turned the microphone over to Don Anticoli, the principal of Lincoln High School who ran through a litany of updates and answered a plethora of questions aimed at him from what time does class start to how come there aren't many neighborhood kids at the school. He explained that there are plenty neighborhood kids and that they come from as far south as Ziegler in Frankford and as far north as up near Holy Family and through the schools that go to Austin Meehan. He also stated that the fields in the front of the School would be used for soccer, field hockey and tennis and that the memorial would be moved to the Ryan Avenue side. He stated that the 88 bus would actually enter school property so as to make it easier for students to get on the bus and cut down on how many students are wandering the neighborhood after school. He also introduced some administrators as well as the president of their Home and School association who spoke and is seeking volunteers. He stated that Lincoln will try to work closely with the Lansing Knights for more accessibility to their fields.

The Civic thanked Lincoln, reminded people to regularly their website www.mayfaircivicassociation.com, reiterated Captain Bachmeyer's townhall on Oct 7, 2010 at 7Pm and concluded the meeting at 8:34PM.

If there are any portion of these minutes that are missing or need editing, either comment below or email us at mayfaircivicassociation@yahoo.com.