Tuesday, July 31, 2012
Community Relations/Recruitment-Donna Conboy
Member Coordinator-Joann Wyjadka-Candy
Education/Certification Coordinator-still open (but we have someone interested)
Good luck to the new board.
Friday, July 27, 2012
Wednesday, July 25, 2012
National Night Out is a nation-wide crime prevention rally to promote neighborhood spirit and police-community partnership. Mayfair Town Watch is organizing Flashlight March on Frankford Ave and we invite you to join us!!!
When: August 7, 2012 at 7:30PM
Where: Kickoff at the Triangle at Cottman and Frankford at 7:30PM-FREE water ice, balloons and glow sticks for the kids!!!
8:00PM-Flashlight March from Cottman & Frankford to Harbison Ave.
We strongly encourage you to come out and take a stand against crime as well as to support Mayfair Town Watch in it’s efforts to combat quality of life issues in our neighborhood.
Don't forget to bring your flashlights!
RSVP on facebook at:
Tuesday, July 24, 2012
Friday, July 20, 2012
Subject: Painting of the wall of Wow Rolling Rink
From: Mayfair Civic Association <email@example.com>
To: "firstname.lastname@example.org" <email@example.com>
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Subject: Fw: Painting of the wall of Wow Rolling Rink
To: Mayfair Civic Association <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, July 5, 2012 3:41 PM
Subject: Re: Painting of the wall of Wow Rolling Rink
Bambies By the Bay, THIS SATURDAY!
Greetings SH Alumnae and Friends,
Bambies by the Bay is this Saturday, July 21, 2012. 1-5pm at Lighthouse Pointe, Wildwood, NJ.
All Bambies and Friends of St. Hubert are invited! Both Under 21 and over 21 are welcome to attend!
We are so excited to celebrate not only our past and present, but our FUTURE as well with our fellow Bambies, family, and friends! Mr. Dave Schafer, Mr. Ed Cox, Mr. Joe Anhalt, Mrs. Marianne Burpulis, and Mrs. Mary Reil are just some of the faculty members who will be celebrity bartending throughout the afternoon! To purchase tickets in advance for $25, head over to St. Hubert Catholic High School for Girls' main office.
Bus from St. Hubert
The bus leaving from St. Hubert Catholic High School for Girls to Bambies by the Bay is FREE. You MUST make a reservation for the bus by calling Marie Smith at 215-932-6302 or email at email@example.com . Those who already paid for the bus will be refunded their bus fee. You will still need to purchase a Bambies by the Bay ticket either in advance at school next week for $25 or at the door for $30. Space is limited so reserve a bus seat today!
Wildwood Shuttle Bus information
Please see below the bus stop's that the shuttle bus from Lighthouse Pointe will be making this Saturday for the Bambies by the Bay event.
This bus is for those people that don't want to drive over to Lighthouse Pointe.
Please share this information with your Bambie friends and family and post to share on your face book also so that we can spread the word about the transportation.
Shuttle should start at 1230 and there will be two trips so far so people should be ready by 1230 for first pick up...
2nd and NJ- Anglesea Fire Station on the left. . Caldwell Banker Realtor on corner on the right where stop will be.
12th and NJ- Scoops Ice Cream on the left and bus stop on the right-Atlantic Care Medical Facility
22th and NJ- Bank of America on the right-- Wildwood- NJ and Wildwood Avenue. WAWA on the right and the Lions High Rise Apt complex.
St. Hubert Catholic High School for Girls
7320 Torresdale Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19136
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Thursday, July 19, 2012
The event was kicked off by its first speaker, Mayfair Civic Pres and Mayfair CDC Chairman, Joe DeFelice, who explained the current status of the case, the briefing schedule for the Court hearing and the plan of action going forward including the establishment of a defense fund should an appeal take place as well as a field plan to distribute literature relevant to the Appeal. DeFelice stated that case had been appealed from the ZBA and that a "Briefing Schedule" had been laid out by the Court that gives a date for the ZBA to issue its findings and produce a record, then roughly 30 days later the Healing Way will have to issue a Brief why they should prevail, then roughly 30 days later the Appellees (us) will issue a brief why we should prevail then roughly 30 days after that, November 5th (but that could change) there will be Oral Argument before the Court of Common Please where DeFelice stated that we should load up the busses again. He also highlighted the creation of a legal defense fund in the instance we are unsuccessful and need to appeal to Commonwealth Court. This fund, which is now accepting checks payable to Mattioni Limited, referencing 7900 Frankford Ave. with a mailing address of 399 Market St, Suite 200, Philadelphia, PA 19106-2138. A donation of $10 per household was requested. It was noted that we will not be soliciting door to door donations to avoid the potential for a scam.
DeFelice then introduced Richard Frizell, the newly elected President of the Holmesburg Civic Association, who cut his vacation short to be, who announced that they plan on fighting this to the very end and that this does not belong in our neighborhood and we should all reach into our pocket and pull out that $10 per household and make it happen.
Next up was City Councilman Bobby Henon who reaffirmed his committment to seeing this through and battling this clinic till the end. Councilman Henon is also an Intervenor in the lawsuit and will be present in each stage of hearing going forward.
State Rep Kevin Boyle took the platform next and vowed to continue the fight he started over a year ago. It was Kevin's office who first notified the community that this venue was slated for opening. He was supported by his fellow State Representative John Sabatina who stated that while not in Mayfair or Holmesburg his District is close enough and that he had successfully fought a clinic in his District several years earlier.
Businesses were represented when Chairman of Greater NE Chamber of Commerce Al Taubenberger took the stage and stated that this was bad for businesses along the avenue and vowed to take fliers with him when he went to knock on doors. Remaining on the business theme was Domenick Parris, Appellee in the case and proprietor of 8 Buck Cuts which is about 2 storefronts down from this proposed establishment
The event was closed down by the law and order of the Lower Northeast, Tacony/Holmesburg Townwatch President Joe Niccoletti and Mayfair Townwatch President Martelack who spoke about how this type of business would ruin the quality of life in the immediate community.
DeFelice retook the stage to close out the meeting and stated that these people don't care about your neighborhood. They spend their time in Richboro looking down their noses at our Community. He reiterated the importance of fighting this and raising money at which point Councilman Henon put up his hand and pledged $500 to the fund which was immediately seconded by State Rep Boyle. Not to be outdone, both State Rep Sabatina and Chamber of Commerce Chair Taubenberger also threw put their hands in their pockets and committed $500 as well. This was followed by a generous donation of $200 by the Living World Church, $100 by the Mayfair Business Association, the Mayfair Townwatch and $100 by the Mayfair Civic Association. bringing the total of pledges to $2550.
Other guests that came to show their support were newly elect Greater Bustleton Civic League Chairman Jack O'Hara, Fox Chase Neighbor Jerry Rocks, Holme Circle's Joe Razler and Mike Gould, NE Quality of Life Chair Barbara Dooley, Ken Bode from State Sen. Stack's office, Karen Gurmankin from US Congresswoman Allyson Schwartz's office and Chuck White President of Teamsters Union Local 830, as well as Board Members of Mayfair Townwatch, Business Assoc, Civic Assoc, CDC including Pete McDermott, Donny Smith, Kevin Leonard, John Jenkins, Mia Hylan, Jim Ortlieb, Anna Stacey, Ken Stacey, Rob Pasco, Joe Conboy & Donna Conboy (who pledged $50), Danny Mills, Lisa Greco, Antoniette Montgomery as well as Kenny Miller who donated the stage (er, pickup truck) and Holmesburg Civic Association and Appellees Melissa Casey from Guppies Daycare, Dawn Parris from 8 Buck Cuts and Patti Vaughn, who did much of the legwork organizing this event and whose home is situated directly across the street from the proposed clinic and countless others. This Demonstration was another example of why Mayfair and the surrounding neighborhoods are great place to live and work and raise a family.
Wednesday, July 11, 2012
Monday, July 09, 2012
What are the requirements for above-ground swimming pools?
What are the requirements for above-ground swimming pools? Complete a building permit application form and submit a check or money order payable to City of Philadelphia for $32. Prior to using the pool, call the L&I District Office in your area to schedule an appointment at your residence with a building inspector. Do not use the pool until its construction has been approved.
A permit is required for all above-ground pools 12 feet or greater in maximum dimension. The pool, accompanying structures, and equipment must not be located in the front or side yard, nor within two feet of any property line or structures on the lot.
The pool may have an access platform of up to 50 square feet included as part of this permit. the required guard rail around the platform must be at least 36" high and may have a maximum opening of 4'.
Pool water must be properly treated and free of scum, debris, and foreign matter. Discharge water must not create a nuisance to an adjoining property.
Friday, July 06, 2012
Enjoy some fun in the sun while catching up with old friends and classmates.
Date: August 25th, 2012
113 Olde New Jersey Ave
North Wildwood, NJ 08260
For more event info please email:
Brian Patrick King - firstname.lastname@example.org
-tickets can be purchased in advance in the Main Office of Father Judge during school hours.
Thursday, July 05, 2012
We have already received many suggestions as to the types of vendors people would like but we want to open the discussion to all of you. We are planning a seating area, small musical acts, and a few arts and crafts vendors come the official launch of our weekly market next April but we want to get the centerpiece businesses right first. So fire away with your suggestions.
Monday, July 02, 2012
Saturday July 14, 2012
Keenan's North Wildwood
St Matthew Parish and School will be hosting its Fourth Annual RIDE THE TIDE Reunion for all alumni, parishoners and staff on Saturday, July 14, 2012 from 3:00 to 7:00 PM at Keenan's Irish Pub in North Wildwood!
We will be on the Big Patio at Keenan's as well as inside so weather will not be an issue either way...$30 per ticket will again include both bottled and draft domestic beers, wine, soda, hamburgers, hot dogs and salads.
RESERVE YOUR ROOMS EARLY - HOTEL ROOMS SOLD OUT VERY QUICKLY FOR OUR REUNION SO DON'T GET LEFT OUT!!
Here are some great places to stay that are close to Keenan's
Isle of Capri
MUST BE 21 YEARS OLD TO ATTEND - NO EXCEPTIONS !!
As you know our playground rebuilding effort is a work in progress. We have asphalted the general area, added 3 slides, two swings, a jungle gym, a detached firetruck for small children, table top chess boards, many flowers, plants, trees, a flag pole, mulch, etc. Now, because of some people that could care less about the neighborhood have taken to some vandalism, our next priority is to install fencing (followed by a rumble slide for special needs children, a new sign for the entrance and Badge of Honor for all of our Fallen Hero Award Recipients - in that order) but fencing is our top priority. We want to match the current fencing surrounding the pool wall while at the same time don't want the kids feeling like they are playing in a prison yard so after much deliberation, we have come up with the following specifications:
Install approximately 295’ of 8’ high 3-rail tubular steel fencing, including (2) 4’ single gates.
Pickets will be 1” sq x 18ga tube.
Gate posts will be 3” sq x 12ga tube.
Line posts will be 2 ½” sq x 14ga tube.
All posts will be core drilled 6” into the existing 12” wide concrete curb and set with hydraulic cement or set in a 3’ deep concrete footing
in the grass along the Rowland ave side
All material will have a galvanized coating and black powder coated finish and comes with a lifetime warranty.
Please submit all proposals (bids) to email@example.com. Please contact me directly (firstname.lastname@example.org) for any additional information.
President, Mayfair Civic Association
Board Member, Friends of Mayfair Memorial Playground