A historic Main Line movie theater that’s been closed for nearly half a decade could soon get an added level of protection.
The Neighborhood Club of Bala Cynwyd has chosen its “Citizen of the Year,” and this year’s winner is a Lower Merion Township Police officer who investigated a rash of vehicle burglaries in the township.
We all know we live in a richly historic area, brimming with wonderfully old stone houses, churches, meetinghouses, street signs, cemeteries, and even majestic ancient trees. Heck, most of us chose to live here because we love the historic architecture.
After months of discussion, Lower Merion Board of Commissioners approved its new ordinance governing some of the details as to where and how medical marijuana facilities can be located in the township.
The Neighborhood Club of Bala Cynwyd (“NCBC”) was disappointed by the content of the letter from Dr. Wagner Marseille, interim Superintendent of Lower Merion School District (“LMSD”) dated June 30, 2014 (the “Marseille Letter”).
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The mission of the Neighborhood Club of Bala Cynwyd is to strengthen the social, cultural and economic fabric of our diverse community by promoting civic engagement, preserving the historic character of our residential neighborhoods, protecting our remaining open space, and enhancing the viability of our commercial corridors.