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A Third Proposed Development of New Apartments in Conshy

January 20th, 2013 · 2 Comments · Planning Commission, Real Estate

No, this is not a repeat of my previous post regarding new apartments coming to Conshohocken.  The item marked in GREEN is the location of the third proposed development. I received a tentative sketch plan for 401 & 433 Washington Street this week.  This sketch plan is very short on details.  There are no elevations, not size […]

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One Way Avenue Study

September 1st, 2010 · No Comments · News, Politics, Traffic

I received an email while on vacation asking my opinion on the One Way Avenue Study currently posted to the Borough web site ( Generally, I don’t think it is a bad idea.  If nothing else, I have to give credit to Borough Council and the engineers on rethinking the problems we have with parking […]

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Recycled Garbage Collection and the Law

July 26th, 2010 · 3 Comments · Crime and Punishment, General, Politics

So, as I alluded to in my Tweet the other day, I had a conversation with Harvey Buek regarding a recent encounter I had.  About three weeks ago, I took my trash and recyclables to my curb on a Friday morning.  I noticed a man across the street digging through my neighbors recycle bin and […]

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Traffic on Fayette St during AM/PM Rush Hour

May 13th, 2010 · 5 Comments · General, Politics, Traffic

Just got off the phone with a staff member from State Representative Mike Gerber’s office.  I sent him an email earlier on recommendation from Borough Manager Fran Marabella.  It seems the traffic signal issue in West Conshohocken was due to be fixed but was being held up at PennDOT. Well, the good news is that […]

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Borough Chief of Police Mike Orler

September 9th, 2009 · 9 Comments · Crime and Punishment, General, News

The Times Herald has a pretty good article on the new Chief of Police Mike Orler.  I’ve already had a positive experience with Chief Orler while in attendance at the Borough Council Meeting. I asked the question during the meeting if speed enforcement was taking place on Fayette St.  (Note, the speed limit is 25 […]

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