The Pennsylvania League of Women Voters is concerned that the Chester County Election Board lacks minority party representation going into Tuesday’s election.
The Leagues of Women Voters from Radnor, Haverford, Lower Merion/Narberth and Chester County, with the support of local school districts and in partnership with their parent-teacher organizations, hosted a public forum on the Keystone Exams on Tuesday, October 7.
74th District Candidate Debate – Lewis (R) & Maxwell (D) – October 12 @ 2:00 pm 6th District Candidate Debate: Trevedi (D) & Costello (R) – October 20 @ 7:30 pm 158th District Candidate Debate: Ross (R) & Rzucidlo (D) – October 28 @ 7:00 pm
Analysis of House Bill 1565 provided by: Clean Water Action, Delaware River Keeper Network, Sierra Club House bill 1565 stipulates the following: Riparian buffers are no longer required for special protection streams Riparian buffers are declared as optional in a series of Best Management Practices (BMP) for all streams 150 ft. vegetated riparian buffers – […]
On October 3, the Chester County Court of Common Pleas will consider proposed voting changes for West Chester Area School District (WCASD) school board seats. The plan was approved by the WCASD school board in July. The proposal would create three voter regions instead of the current “at large” system. If approved by the Court, […]
Thank you to Sheriff Welsh and Mayor Comitta! On the evening of September 8, 2014 , the Chester County League had a wonderful opportunity to provide Kendal residents with a platform for an informational, educational and civilized discussion of Gun Safety in Chester County. Dynamic panelists Sheriff Carolyn Welsh and Mayor Carolyn Comitta, moderated by […]
What a story to tell those who doubt the value of their vote! The voting statistics and surveys revealed the deep divides within that small country – those seeking Independence from the United Kingdom pitted against those opposed and fearful of the financial repercussions of separation. Believers in the election process turned out to vote. […]
What You Need to Know About Pennsylvania’s NEW High School Graduation Requirement
Since 1986, pipeline accidents have killed more than 500 people, injured over 4,000, and cost nearly seven billion dollars in property damages. Using government data, ProPublica has mapped thousands of these incidents in a new interactive news application, which provides detailed information about the cause and costs of reported incidents going back nearly three decades.
In June, the Environmental Protection Agency introduced a proposal to set the first-ever limits on carbon pollution from existing power plants. This week, the EPA will hold public hearings in four major cities to obtain feedback on this historic regulation. The EPA’s proposal will protect future generations from unchecked climate change. Power plants are responsible […]