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Media Borough Council approves video archiving on YouTube

Oct 17

I am pleased to announce that Media Borough Council tonight approved the archival of legislative meetings for use on YouTube. Dr. Eric Stein, chair of the Technology Committee, made the announcement at the legislative meeting. Residents can find the videos, archived from January 2012 forward, located on the Media Borough YouTube channel. Videos should be available...

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Borough Council Legislative Meeting September 20th, 2012

Sep 21

Borough Council met last night for two meetings, a Public Hearing for a new liquor license for My Three Sons hot dog and beer emporium at 7:30 PM, and the regularly scheduled Borough Council meeting at 8:00PM. The first hour and fifteen minutes were spent discussing the design of Broomall’s Dam. Read more about that decision here. My Three Sons Hot Dog awarded...

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Partisan Politics rears its ugly head, again

Aug 26

I don’t generally like to get into blog wars, but when I’m attacked personally, I feel it’s important to respond. Tedman O’Hara, author of the All Things Media, PA blog, has written a post accusing me of lacking transparency and conflict of interest with the 3rd Street Dam and Friends of Glen Providence Park. While I don’t read his blog,...

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Borough Council Votes 5-2 to move forward with dam replacement

May 17

In the May 17th, 2012 legislative session, Borough Council voted in 5-2 in favor of sending a letter to PennDOT saying we were moving forward with dam replacement. The exact resolution, made by Monika Rehoric, was: I move that the Borough of Media notify the Pennsylvania Dept. of Transportation in writing on May 18, 2012 that the direction of the Third Street...

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Media Elementary School Families organize and discuss 2012-2013 options

Mar 21

Media Elementary parent Amy Kleiman (with other parents) has formed a group called Media Elementary School Families to discuss the recent announcement that Media Elementary would likely be closed for the 2012-2013 school year. Read more on the Facebook group (open to all). Ms. Kleiman outlined what was discussed at a recent Parent Teacher meeting: Mr. Wigo...

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