Thursday, March 08, 2012
2012 Shamrock Shuttle Recap
This year's Shamrock Shuttle was a large improvement over last year. Many (though not all) bought in to the importance of maintaining this event. Just a few ways that this year's Shuttle differed from previous years:
Number of meetings with Neighbors prior to Shuttle - 3 Last Year - 1
Number of meetings with Bar Owners - 2 - Last Year - 1
Number of meetings with 15th District - 2 Last Year - 0
Number of Total Portapotties - 62 Last Year - 26
Number of Portapotties along the route - 26 - Last Year - 0
Number of Police Office - 50+ Last Year - 8
Number of Townwatch and Civic Volunteers 26 - Last Year - 4
Number of driveways monitored to curb public urination - 7 (Bleigh through Wellington 3500 Blocks and 3400 blocks of Cottman ) Last year - 0
Number of spillover businesses (businesses though not part of the Shuttle that still make money) that bought in by donating T-Shirts and portapotties - 3 Last Year - 0.
Number of planning documents set forth - 3 Last Year - 0.
Amount of money received by the Mayfair Civic Association - $0 - Last Year - $0.
Thank you to all those that helped out including but limited to the Mayfair Civic Association, the Mayfair Townwatch, the Tacony-Holmesburg Townwatch, the Mayfair Business Association, the 15th Police District especially Inspector Heath and Captain Bachmayer, Shop n Go, Ems State Farm, Gino's Pizza, Kiki's Furniture, Kim's Hair, Frusco's, and the bars that cooperated with us. We realize there is much more
Finally a special thank you to the Father Judge High School football team and their Coach Tommy Coyle for waking up early on Sunday morning and performing their community service hours/span> by efficiently cleaning Frankford Ave between Bleigh and Wellington and along the the 3500 Block of Cottman Ave.
Lets us know if we missed anyone and we will gladly update this list!