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Thursday, May 31, 2012

Farmers' Market in Mayfair?! One Step Closer Thanks to Councilman Henon


Through our collective efforts (Mayfair CDC, Mayfair Civic Association and Mayfair Business Association) and through our 6th District City Councilman Bobby Henon and his Office staff, our neighborhood is one step closer  to realizing our goal of a Farmers' Market at Cottman and Frankford Aves (3500 Block of Ryan Ave.).  Three weeks ago Mia Hylan and Joe DeFelice met with Councilman Henon, and staffers: Chris Creelman, Lisa Deeley and Court Voss to discuss bringing a Farmers' Market to Mayfair.  Councilman Henon was very interested in the idea and after a proposal put together by Hylan, DeFelice and Mayfair CDC Executive Director Sue St Marie, the Councilman's Office had a better understanding of what the neighborhood was looking to do.   Some ideas for the Market include rotating organic markets, local vendors and Mayfair Business Association members, rotating gourmet food trucks, lite entertainment and something for the kids.  Today the following Legislation was presented to the City Council:


AN ORDINANCE

Amending Section 9-213 of The Philadelphia Code, entitled “Farmers’ Markets,” by adding as a permissible location a portion of the sidewalks and curb lanes of both sides of the 3500 block of Ryan Avenue beginning at Frankford Avenue, and making conforming amendments to Section 9-205, entitled “Sidewalk Sales,” all under certain terms and conditions.

THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA HEREBY ORDAINS:

SECTION 1.  SECTION 9-205 of The Philadelphia Code is hereby amended to read
as follows:

§ 9-205.  Sidewalk Sales.

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(8)    Prohibited Conduct. No vendor or person shall:

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                        (p)  exhibit, display, offer for sale or sell any goods, wares, or merchandise or place or allow any stand to remain on the sidewalks of the following streets or any other location which the Council shall from time to time ordain:

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                                    (.327)   The Sixth Councilmanic District. This prohibition shall not apply [to sidewalk] to:

                                                (.a) Sidewalk vending by an owner or tenant of an abutting building, provided that: (i) such vending is accessory to a business conducted by such owner or tenant in the abutting building; and (ii) no merchandise display or other stand shall be placed on the sidewalk except within three feet of the abutting building, and in no event shall a stand be placed on the sidewalk if it reduces the unobstructed pedestrian right-of-way to less than six feet. Such permitted sidewalk vending shall be exempt from all other provisions of this Section 9-205, including, but not limited to, the license requirement of subsection [9-205(3).] 9-205(3); or

                                                (.b) Farmers’ Markets at locations permitted by Section 9-213( 7 ) of this Code.

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SECTION 2. Section 9-213 of The Philadelphia Code is hereby amended to read
as follows:

§9-213. Farmers’ Markets.

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(7)  Permissible Locations. Farmers' Markets at the following locations shall be permitted:

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                        ( ) The sidewalks and curb lanes of both sides of the 3500 block of Ryan Avenue from Frankford Avenue and extending 156 feet northwest of the northwest line of Frankford Avenue, provided the hours of operation shall be Sundays from 9:30 AM to 3:30 PM, from April 1st through October 31st.  


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SECTION 3.  This Ordinance shall become effective immediately.

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As you can see from clicking Here, the Northeast is basically barren when it comes to Farmers' Markets (not including fruit stands and supermarkets) and the northernmost Market is at Bridge and Pratt.


May Mayfair Civic Association Meeting Minutes (PENDING APPROVAL)


Mayfair Civic Association Meeting

May 21, 2012 at 7pm
Mayfair Community Center
2990 St. Vincent St. Philadelphia, PA 19149

Board Members Present: Joseph DeFelice, Mike JP Williams, Pete McDermott, Kevin Leonard, Mike Serverson, Suzann St. Marie, John Jenkins, Lisa Greco, Donny Smith, Milt Martelack, Anna Stacey, Mia Hylan, Melinda Mulvenna.

Board Members Absent: Dana Lambie

Proceedings
Called to order at 7:07pm by President Joseph DeFelice

Membership Update
Seargent at Arms Donny Smith stated that applications for membership are still available at the meetings or online at. It is $10 to join the Civic Association for one year. Only paid members are allowed to vote on zoning issues.

By Law Update
No by-law updates at this time.


Treasurer's Report
Treasurer Kevin Leonard reported that the current balance as of 05/21/12 is $3,833.69.

Zoning

1. Zoning for 6410 Frankford Ave, Proposed Planet Fitness—Applicant Ronald Patterson, Mayfair Shopping Center. Applicant need a use variance on the property to be used as a fitness center, housing tanning beds and other retail items. The hearing was originally set for May 30, 2012 but Zoning Chair Pete McDermott was informed that the application had been withdrawn. However another notice was received that the date of the hearing has been changed to June 14, 2012. A special hearing will be held when the applicant will present paperwork.
No Vote taken at this time.

The floor was opened to members to state any concerns, support, or statements of opposition regarding the proposed Planet Fitness:
  • Several statements were made regarding the “predatory” nature of Planet Fitness business practices; Planet Fitness increases memberships by undercutting fees to other members of other gyms such as Bally's and Retro Fitness.
  • Concerns were stated regarding bringing outside contractors from other states and not from within the community. Specific Concerns regarding the alleged us of undocumented workers and illegal workers used in other local building operations in Jenkintown.
  • Also raised were allegations and concerns regarding issues with the ownership of specific Planet Fitness' in Las Vegas and Delaware County.
  • Several neighbors also cited that traffic and parking are already an issue in that shopping center.
  • There was a question regarding Planet Fitness’ Better Business Bureau qualifications.
  • Concerns were raised regarding the competition posed for an existing business (Galaxy Tans) in the Mayfair Shopping Center. In the current tenants agreement there is a stipulation that there would be no type of fitness center unless determined by the owner. Owner has approved the Planet Fitness application and tenants will be allowed to oppose the owner.

2. Zoning for7302 Frankford Ave--Applicant Muhammad Abu Ali. Use variance for a restaurant/cafe with hookah Bar at 7306-7308 (Stutz Candies). Mr. Abu Ali was not present at this meeting. Hearing is scheduled for Wednesday May 23, 2012. Applicant is allegedly having a problem with the landlord/owner “7302 Associates”. No Vote taken at this time.

3. Zoning for 2849 Rhawn Street—Applicant Elizabeth Cruz. Use variance for increasing current group daycare from 4 children to a total of 12 children. Hearing is scheduled for May 22, 2012 at 9:30 am. Ms. Cruz was present with a portfolio of her current business, all supporting paperwork and licenses, pictures of the current day care, architectural plans and elaborated on the process she has gone through.
Not opposed, with provisions
  • Majority vote approved applicant for 8 children only
  • No signage will be allowed on the exterior of the home,
  • A larger fenced in area for the children to play in
  • Join the Mayfair Business Association.  
  • “Watch Children” signs will be erected along the street.

4. Zoning for 2842 St. Vincent—Applicant ________. Variance for take-out restaurant. Failed to appear before the ZBA. Zoning Chairman and MCA Secretary Pete McDermott was present for the ZBA meeting.
No Vote taken at this time.

Updated Zoning—Methadone Clinic update. The Healing Way Inc.(THW) appealed the denial of their application to the Court of Common Pleas. Oral arguments will have to be heard in front of a judge in common pleas court. This could take up to 6 months in common pleas court. The MCA continues to oppose the application.

New Zoning –New zoning codes will take effect August 2012. Neighborhood organizations will have to be registered with the city via an application process with the Philadelphia City Planning Commission. Secretary Pete McDermott is already working on registering the MCA.

Miscellaneous
  • Two minute presentation from Mike Tomlinson, Republican candidate for the 5th Senatorial District, since he missed the May Candidates meeting due to a miscommunication.
  • Blighted properties/Absentee Landlord properties presentation/information from Mike Fitzpatrick, Mayfair Business Association member from Keller-Williams. Mr. Fitzpatrick requested that neighbors call his office regarding any blighted properties or trouble properties owned by absentee landlords. Mr. Fitzpatrick’s office will contact the owner and give them the option of selling the home to the group of investors. If they accepte the investors will buy the properties. Several concerns were raised by neighbors regarding the new landlords, the possibility of decreasing property values in the area due to these investors buying properties cheaper, and that new landlords are not necessarily from this area.
  • President Joe DeFelice encouraged MCA members and neighbors to use Councilman Bobby Henon’s “Bad Neighbor Initiative” as well as his City Hall smart phone application to report problem properties.
  • Jeffrey Dempsey from Representative Kevin Boyle's office spoke to address concerns that Representative Boyle is trying to “get rid of Mayfair” when the state legislature completes redistricting. Mr. Dempsey clarified that Rep. Boyle wants to “keep Mayfair” and has no plans for leaving. There are also no plans to get rid of the office at 7518 Frankford Ave. Several neighbors addressed concerns with Mr. Dempsey regarding the trash and clean-up around the office and the garbage disposal. Mr. Dempsey assured the neighbors that he will make sure that all garbage from their office is secured however he believes that some of the trash may be coming from other businesses around them as well.
  • Paul from Councilman Henon's stated that the Councilman’s new district office will be opening at 6730 Torresdale Ave. There will also be a Senior Fair held on June 29, 2012 at the Mayfair Community Center.
  • A “Cash for Gold” business tried to open up at 6718 Frankford Ave without proper zoning/usage permits. This issue was addressed by Lisa Deeley from Councilman Henon's office. The owner has taken down all signs but has again applied for a cash for gold license for that storefront.  This issue will continue to be addressed by Councilman Henon’s office and the Mayfair Civic Association.
Formation of a Clean-up Mayfair Committee
  • Mr. James Ortlieb is the newly appointed chairman of the newly created Clean-up Mayfair Committee. Mr. Ortlieb is proposing a designated one day Mayfair wide clean-up event in the neighborhoods. Mr. Ortlieb will go forward with planning this event by picking a date within the next couple months and exploring city resources for the clean-up. He would also like to focus on areas of Frankford Ave and businesses that do not clean up their storefront areas and sidewalks.
  • Secretary Pete McDermott made a proposal to set us a Community Clean-up at Frankford Ave and Cottman. This was seconded by a board member.

Mayfair Fallen Heroes Run Update
  • There were over 200 runners pre-registered and close to 400 walkers and runners combined the day of the race.  Five thousand dollars ($5000) was raised for the Heroes Thrill Show and Two Thousand dollars ($2000) for a Hero Plaque for Joe Konrad.
  • An additional four thousand ($4000) will go towards continued improvements and upkeep for the Mayfair Memorial Playground.
  • A “Badge of Honor” will also be installed at the site of the Mayfair Memorial Playground on which the names of the honorees of the MFHR will be engraved each year.
    Next year’s honoree for the Mayfair Fallen Heroes Run 2013 will be Officer Chuck Cassidy.

Northeast Dog Park Update
NEDP raised approximately $300 at their most recent fundraiser and continues to explore options for land to use for an enclosed dog park in the Northeast.

Mayfair Town Watch Update
Next certification class is scheduled for May 30th from 7:00-9:00pm at the Mayfair Community Center.
Contact
www.mayfairtownwatch.org. for more information.

Mayfair CDC Update
President Joe DeFelice, Executive Director Suzann St. Marie and Assistant Secretary Mia Hylan recently met with Councilman Henon and his staff regarding setting up a farmer's market at the Frankford-Cottman Triangle as well as exploring the option of hanging artist’s work in vacant storefronts.  Setting up a business improvement district (BID) for the Frankford Ave business corridor is also being explored.

Open Discussion
There were questions regarding and update on the the landromat being placed on Tyson Ave and Brous Ave.  According to Secretary Pete McDermott the ZBA has not granted them their permit yet but the owners did buy the building.

Meeting adjourned at 8:56.

Minutes submitted by Assistant Secretary Mia Hylan, 5/22/2012.

NE Times: Mayfair Civic Meeting by Tom Waring


Mayfair Civic Association OK with day care

By  



The Mayfair Civic Association last week came to an agreement with a day care operator, while opposition seems to be mounting toward a proposed fitness center.
Elizabeth Cruz, a native of Colombia, is permitted to care for up to four children at her single home at 2849 Rhawn St. in Lexington Park, but she was seeking a zoning variance to increase that total to 12. She’s lived there for seven years.
Cruz has passed a child-abuse check by authorities and said she doesn’t drink or smoke. She showed pictures of the inside and outside of her house. She has sealed her fireplace for safety. She said part of her program will be to teach the kids to speak Spanish.
Opponents of her bid to expand don’t want a business operating on a residential block and pointed out that the nearby Northeast Community Center offers day care. They also cited the busy intersection at Rhawn Street and Lexington Avenue and what they believe to be a small area for the children to play in outside.
“There is no place for those kids to play,” one woman said.
Some neighbors worried that children will be dropped off in the common driveway and were generally concerned about traffic and parking issues.
Cruz said the youngsters start getting dropped off at 6:15 a.m.
“Most of the people are sleeping,” she said.
In the end, Cruz agreed to the civic group’s request to ask the Zoning Board of Adjustment to care for up to eight children, not 12.
In other news from the May 21 meeting:
• Planet Fitness wants to open in a former Fashion Bug store at 6420 Frankford Ave. in the Mayfair Shopping Center.
Attorney Ron Patterson explained at the civic group’s March meeting that the 10,000-square-foot gym would be open 24 hours a day. It would include tanning beds.
A hearing is scheduled for June 13 in front of the Zoning Board of Adjustment.
At last week’s meeting, concerns were raised about traffic, parking and the hours of operation. Neighbors note that there is a Galaxy Tans location in the shopping center.
If the center is approved, neighbors want the people hired for construction and permanent jobs to come from the area.
Meanwhile, the civic group has concerns about trash outside the Northeast International Supermarket, at 2842 St. Vincent St. The supermarket is seeking a zoning variance to offer takeout food.
For More Click Here

Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Proposed Planet Fitness Zoning Variance - Withdrawn

Per an email from their attorney Ronald Patterson, of the Law Firm of Klehr Harrison; the Petition for a Zoning Variance originally scheduled for a June 13, 2012 hearing will be WITHDRAWN.
Anymore information will be provided once received by the Mayfair Civic Association.



Friday, May 25, 2012

[MayfairBiz] Mark Your Calendars - June 30, Avenue Clean-Up

[MayfairBiz] Mark Your Calendars - June 30, Avenue Clean-Up

Mayfair is blessed to have a yet another new volunteer group, the
Mayfair Clean-Up Committee!

They have a clean-up of Frankford Avenue scheduled for Saturday, June
30th. We, the Mayfair Business Association, should be right there
along side them since Frankford Avenue is the address for most of our
businesses.

I am asking you to mark off a couple of hours on the morning of
Saturday the 30th to pitch in. The more people, the faster it should
go.

These things usually wind up being more fun and less work than expected.

https://www.facebook.com/events/219510844834019/?ref=notif&notif_t=group_mall_plan

Thanks! Have a great holiday,
Mike "Scoats" Scotese

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Thursday, May 24, 2012

Methadone Clinic Briefing Schedule (Court of Common Pleas)

Briefing Schedule for the Methadone Clinic 



It is hereby ORDERED as follows: 
1. Record: The Agency listed above is ORDERED to file its record with the Office of the Prothonotary, 2nd Filing Unit, Room 278, City Hall by 06-AUG-2012 or risk sanctions. 2. Motions for Extraordinary Relief: From the dates set forth below in this Order should be electronically filed with Motions Court not later than 04-SEP-2012 any request for continuance should also be filed as a Motion for Extraordinary Relief. 
3. Briefs:
Appellant's brief is due by 04-SEP-2012. 
Appellee's brief is due by 01-OCT-2012. Briefs can be electronically filed or manually filed with the Office of Civil Administration, Room 296, City Hall, and served upon all opponents. 4. 
Oral Argument: On the legal merits of this appeal will take place on 05-NOV-2012.
http://fjdefile.phila.gov/efsfjd/zk_fjd_public_qry_03.zp_dktrpt_frames?case_id=120401046&uid=G5jWKinVwIolqsSYDxam&o=M7paESdlQ%21rzHdb

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

ZONING - 2849 Rhawn Street - Daycare (NOT OPPOSED WITH PROVISOS)

***TEXT OF THE LETTER***


Tuesday May 22, 2012
Ms. Lynette Brown-Sow
Chairperson
Zoning Board of Adjustment
Municipal Services Building
1401 John F. Kennedy Blvd.
Philadelphia, PA  19102
Re: Appeal for One (1) Use Variance at 2849 Rhawn Street, 19152
Cal. No.: 17659
Appl. No.: 389874
Date & Time: Tues., May 22nd, 2012,
9:30 a.m.
Case No.: 3A
Owner: Elizabeth Cruz
Applicant: Elizabeth Cruz
Zon. Class.: R-4 Residential
Dear Ms. Brown-Sow:

Please accept this letter on behalf of the Mayfair Civic Association (“MCA”) which represents the neighbors of the Mayfair Community. In reviewing the Zoning Board of Adjustment’s Notice, the Applicant/Owner proposes:

“PERMIT FOR A GROUP DAY CARE FOR A MAXIMUM OF TWELVE (12) CHILDREN FOR PERIOD OF LESS THAN 24 CONSECUTIVE HOURS WITH ACCESSORY PREPARING AND SERVING OF FOOD AS PART OF AN EXISTING SINGLE FAMILY DWELLING. NO SIGN ON THIS PERMIT.”

We DO NOT OPPOSE this Use Variance with the Following Provisos:

1. The Proposed Daycare will be Permitted a MAXIMUM of EIGHT (8) Children for a Period of Less than Twenty-Four Hours (24 hrs.)

2. No Signage (as indicated on this Permit) whatsoever.

3. Encouraged to join the Mayfair Business Association & Mayfair Civic Association, becoming an asset to the Community. Participation in Mayfair Business Association and Mayfair Civic Association Events is encouraged.

4. The Common Driveway is for Residential Use and will not be used as a Loading/Unloading Zone for Children.

5. Ensure that the Existing Exterior Outdoor Play Area is sufficient (Square Footage) and if necessary install Fencing to increase the Square Footage along the Sideyard at Lexington Avenue.

6. Beautify, and Maintain the Exteriors of the Property (2849 Rhawn Street).
                                                                Very Truly Yours,
                                                                Joe De Felice sig       P McDermott Signature.jpg
                                                                Joseph J. DeFelice, Esq.                       Peter J. McDermott
                                                                President                                                 Secretary/Zoning Chairperson
                                                                (215) 292-3926
cc: Lisa Deeley, Councilman Bobby Henon

ZONING - 3258 Wellington Street (Rear Deck) OPPOSED

***TEXT OF LETTER***
Tuesday May 22, 2012
Ms. Lynette Brown-Sow
Chairperson
Zoning Board of Adjustment
Municipal Services Building
1401 John F. Kennedy Blvd.
Philadelphia, PA  19102
Re: Appeal for Zoning Variance at 3258 Wellington Street (Southwest Corner at Rowland Avenue)

Cal. No.: 16609

Appl. No.: 354041
Date & Time: Tues., May 22nd, 2012
9:30 a.m.
Case No.: 21A
Owner: Gerard Gruber
Applicant: Gerard Gruber
Zon. Class.: R-9A Residential



Dear Ms. Brown-Sow:



Please accept this letter on behalf of the Mayfair Civic Association (“MCA”) which represents the neighbors of the Mayfair Community. In reviewing the Zoning Board of Adjustment’s Notice, the Applicant/Owner proposes:



“Permit for Erection of a Rear Deck for a Two (2) Existing Apartments in the Same Building with an Existing Hair Salon on First Floor.”



We ask the Zoning Board of Adjustment (ZBA) to DENY this Zoning Variance. We, the Mayfair Civic Association (MCA), OPPOSE this Zoning Variance for the Following Reasons:



1. Complaints from Neighbors for Excessive Noise Violations (§ 10-403 Noise Ordinance, Prohibited Conduct).



2. Consistent Disposal of Trash at the Curb, days before Scheduled Trash Collection.



3. No Rental License on File (when last inquired) with the City of Philadelphia for the Commercial Unit/Ground Floor (Hair Salon) and the 3rd Floor Residential Unit.



If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at the numbers below.                                                            Very Truly Yours,

                                                                Joe De Felice sig       P McDermott Signature.jpg
                                                                Joseph J. DeFelice, Esq.                       Peter J. McDermott
                                                                President                                                 Secretary/Zoning Chairperson
                                                                (215) 292-3926
cc: Lisa Deeley, Councilman Bobby Henon

Monday, May 21, 2012

2012 Mayfair Fallen Heroes Run Results (Walkers - Over 200 of them, were not timed)-UPDATED





Shawn Brown Male Winner 19:22
Eric Murray  2nd Male 19:26
Nicholas DeMarshall 3rd Male 19:38
Mark Mulray 1st 30-39 (M) 20:11
Christopher Mallard 1st 20-29 (M) 20:16
Matt Lewin 1st 19 & Under (M) 20:32
Ernie Barile 2nd 30-39 (M) 20:35
Malcuim Gonzalez 2nd 19 & Under (M) 20:41
Pedro Soto Jr 3rd 30-39 ((M) 20:42
Patrick Campbell 20:58
Adarral Fisher 21:01
Chris Leary 21:11
James Costello 1st 40-49 (M) 21:21
Bib # 106 No Info 21:25
Jim Sexton 2nd 40-49 (M) 21:35
James Konrad 21:37
Edward Vesalvo 21:48
MaryEllen McDaniels Female Winner 21:59
Eric Cainas 2nd 20-29 (M) 22:10
Gina Montgomery 2nd Female  22:10
Katre Tait 3rd Female 22:15
Steve Costello 3rd 20-29 (M) 22:19
Bib # 386 No Info 22:21
Kelly Smith 1st 30-39 (F) 22:43
Michael Foley 3rd 40-94 (M) 22:49
Dennis Orourke 1st 50-59 (M) 22:52
Charles Kobierowski 23:11
Chris Creelman 23:14
Ryan Lowery 23:18
Joseph Smith 2nd 50-59 (M) 23:21
Dennis Kilderry 23:27
Christopher Zimmerman 23:35
Henry Campbell 23:38
Michael  Carman 23:45
Jessica Jones 2nd 30-39 (F) 23:48
Leslie Toplin 3rd 30-39 (F) 23:50
Rob Montgomery (Age??) 24:03:00
Vince Moffatt 24:08:00
Ashley Simon 1st 20-29 (F) 24:11:00
Lisa McNesby (Age ???) 24:33:00
Claudine Bloom 1st 40-49 (F) 24:35:00
Mark Adelsberger 3rd 50-59 (M) 24:38:00
Sue Daugherty 24:40:00
Tony Mairone 24:58:00
Meg O'brien 25:01:00
Chris Sweeny 25:04:00
Gerard Lemly 25:09:00
Roman Sosalski 25:17:00
Colleen Mattern 2nd 20-29 (F) 25:18:00
Joe Defelice 25:19:00
Mark St. Marie 25:20:00
Sean McDermett 25:24:00
Lexi McCarthy Prete 1st 19&Under (F) 25:24:00
Megan Whalen 25:26:00
Sean Obrien 25:27:00
Jonathan Hood 25:29:00
RoseMarie Defelice 25:32:00
Regina Affatato 3rd 20-29 (F) 25:33:00
Dana Tete 25:51:00
Sheila Fanning 26:02:00
Tom Walsh 26:04:00
Beth Murphy 26:07:00
Jim Van Osten 26:19:00
Megan Kilkenny 26:20:00
Connor Sullivan 3rd 19&Under (M) 26:21:00
Hannah Cochrane 2nd 19&Under (F) 26:22:00
Jeffery Jacuk 26:22:00
Sean tait 26:25:00
Catherine Nugent 2nd 40-49 (F) 26:28:00
Ray Flanagan 26:29:00
Colleen Ryan 1st 50-59 (F) 26:33:00
Ed Sullivan 26:33:00
Denise Berghaier 2nd 50-59 (F) 26:37:00
Antoniette Montgomery 3rd 40-49 (F) 26:40:00
Brian Dolan 26:41:00
Michael Ennis 27:01:00
Kevin Kots 27:03:00
Serth Kaplan 27:05:00
Erin Hughes 3rd 19&Under (F) 27:15:00
Samantha Torrente 27:15:00
John Teetz 27:20:00
Julie Ruddy 27:21:00
Anthony Busa 27:29:00
Bridget Cullen 27:31:00
Katie McGovern 27:36:00
Fallon Sullivan 27:37:00
Sal Merlino 27:41:00
James Bergnaier  1st 60-69 (M) 27:45:00
Barbara Simila 27:52:00
Christy Merlino 27:53:00
Brian Deal 27:55:00
Shanley Campbell 28:03:00
Tania Cioiko 28:05:00
Sara Little 28:05:00
Anne Konicki 28:08:00
Joseph Gardner 28:09:00
Pat Cummings 2nd 60-69 (M) 28:16:00
Erin McCarthy 28:23:00
Sean Friei 28:34:00
Natalie Nowak 28:38:00
Joseph Sullivan 28:46:00
Michelle Lehman 28:55:00
Ken Balger 28:56:00
Dennis Bommer 3rd 60-69 (M) 29:03:00
James McGill 29:06:00
Gregory Karwoski 29:16:00
Richard Jones 29:16:00
Mike Mattern 29:19:00
Steve Ruddy 29:24:00
Kathy Quinn 29:24:00
Kevin Murray 29:30:00
Sharon McCullough 29:36:00
Emilia McKee 29:40:00
Samantha Magathan 29:42:00
Jennifer Clair 29:47:00
Michele Fattori 30:00:00
Keith Waldron 30:07:00
Kim Berner 30:12:00
Charles Crusemire 30:16:00
Anthony Decosta 30:24:00
Seara Delrosta 30:24:00
Claire Cochrane 30:28:00
Christine Lightcap 30:30:00
Erika Doorley 30:33:00
Lee Miller 30:35:00
Christine Pfaff 30:38:00
Kristin McCafferty 30:38:00
Kierstan Silvestri 30:43:00
Kasee Dodd 30:47:00
Maureen Widdor 3rd 50-59 (F) 30:52:00
Anne Marcino 30:55:00
Bridget Golden 30:56:00
Danielle Regan 30:58:00
Eunice Heck 31:02:00
Dawn Grob 31:04:00
Suet Yee Weigand 31:05:00
Erin Gorman 31:11:00
John Mccunh(???) Bib 218 31:15:00
Taylor Sullivan 31:30:00
William Weimer III 31:39:00
Jenna McCormick 31:40:00
Jennifer Sonnie 31:41:00
Bib 103 No Info 31:44:00
Julia Stadel 31:48:00
Christine Regan 32:00:00
Katie Foley 32:01:00
Karen Long 32:06:00
Maureen Flannery 32:52:00
Kevin Riley 32:55:00
Rachel Ravitsky 32:59:00
Bib # 102 No Info 33:29:00
Lisa Greco 33:32:00
Trish Paffen 33:33:00
Colin McConnell 33:34:00
Mary Martin 33:39:00
Sarah Ford 33:47:00
Elizabeth Allen 33:56:00
Stephen Wiercinski 33:57:00
Tose Echeverri 34:08:00
Eric Fromhold(??) Bib # 201 34:09:00
Jack Crawford 34:25:00
Maureen Riley 34:28:00
Hank Minissale Bib# 25 34:31:00
Laura Hurtz 34:54:00
Moira Lerro 35:12:00
Kathy Zeiner 35:20:00
Brianna O'donnel 35:26:00
Mary Beth Heilman 36:01:00
Gina Molnar 36:21:00
Leanne Ticconi 36:25:00
Joan Brothman 37:37:00
Tim Hartman 37:37:00
Charles Sgrillo  37:38:00
Colleen LaMastros 38:10:00
Joseph Pascale 39:00:00
Laureen Konrad 38:13:00
Brian McCann 39:14:00
Crystal Rossi 39:17:00
Maureen McGerry 41:18:00
Phyllis Marquess 1st 60-69 (F) 45:18:00
Joe Ashmore 49:57:00
Jessica Ashmore 49:59:00