Category: Government

Can You Help With a Bake Sale?

The last time the NPE PTO ran a bake sale on Election Day, it was a fantastic fundraiser for the school. They’re looking to do it again this year on November 2nd at NPE, and it looks like there’s still a need for help. I can’t find a […]

Today’s Community Events and More

There are two events this evening of interest to the community. At 5:30, Superintendent Wagner is holding his last community conversation (at least for this round of them), at NPE. Anyone is welcome, and the weather looks like it’ll be nice for it. I believe its at the […]

Nether Providence Workshop Meeting, October 2021

Nether Providence Township held its regular workshop meeting last night. The relatively short meeting is available on Youtube. There were no opening reports or public comments, but the commissioners announced a proclamation for Hope for Hallie Teen Mental Health Awareness Day. As part of the ongoing budget process, […]

2021 Election Guide for Garden City

I’m told that the first round of mail-in ballots are going out this week, so its time to look through what’s on the ballot in Garden City and surrounding areas. A reminder that you still have until October 18th to register to vote and until October 26th to […]

WSSD School Board Meeting, October 11th

The school board held its regular meeting on October 11th. The short meeting is available on Youtube, and the agenda is available on Board Docs. Student Representative Report Its homecoming week with a football game and dance. The middle school has 36 different clubs available for students from […]

WSSD School Board, 27 Sept. 2021

The Wallingford Swarthmore School District held its regular meeting tonight. Its available on Youtube and at 50 minutes is one of the shortest. The agenda is available on Board Docs. Student Report The student report covered the first month of school. Band night on the 24th was a […]

Sample Ballots Posted

The county Bureau of Election has posted all the sample ballots for this fall’s election. You can look up your ballot exactly as it will appear on the county’s website here. Note that not only is the first page of the ballot front and back, but you will […]

Covid Stops Bus 21

WSSD has sent out an email this morning that there will be no Bus 21. Due to the number of Covid cases among transportation workers, they have run out of bus drivers and have been unable to secure a replacement. In other school Covid news, the Economist had […]

The Regulation Of Vice

In today’s notes I mentioned the township board again discussed zoning for marijuana dispensaries. I have a few points to add. The first is to echo Commissioner Cooper’s point that if the township plans to regulate marijuana dispensaries, it should regulate it in a similar manner to tobacco […]