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All the best to Right Start Photography on their new “event space” in the Midway Arts building in the Revitalizing City of Coatesville. Paul Evans Silver Sound DJs - Philadelphia DJ Professionals really enjoyed the event.
$5,000,000.00 Lawsuit ...will it derail or improve the redevelopment ??
As Coatesville City Council reorganized Jan. 6, council President Linda Lavender-Norris proclaimed Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Jan. 20 to be a day to rededicate Coatesville to the principles of justice and equality for all.
The officials working to breathe new life into Chester County’s only city will also be defending Coatesville against a $5 million civil rights lawsuit filed Oct. 22, 2019, in U.S. District Court in Philadelphia.
The suit, Jaramillo et al v. the City of Coatesville et al, stems from the August 2018 condemnation of property at 239, 245, 247 and 249 Lincoln Highway owned by Charles Jaramillo. Occupants of the apartments and businesses there, including plaintiffs Bogey’s, Fuel City LLC, Douglas Lambert III and Hot Stylez Boutique, were evicted.
Attorneys for the plaintiffs whose constitutional rights were allegedly violated under Section 42 of the 1983 Civil Rights Act are represented by Lindsay Dunn, Charles Gerbron Jr. and Robert A. Burke.
The suit names the city, Lavender-Norris, Councilwoman Carmen Green, city Manager Michael Trio, employee Scott Mulderig, police Chief John W. Laufer III, and Maranatha Evangelistic Temple Church, from whom Jaramillo purchased the property. Civil rights attorney John Gonzales is representing city officials and Tamika Washington is representing the church. Their responses on behalf of the defendants was due to be filed Jan. 8.
Dunn requested a jury trial in the case, to be heard in Judge Mitchell S. Goldberg’s court.
Councilman Donald Folks recalled hearing King’s “I Have a Dream” speech as a child.
“It was so powerful then, and it’s so powerful now,” Folks said. “We need to come together and pray.”
In other action during the reorganization meeting, council reelected Lavender-Norris as president and Green as vice president. Incumbents Lavender-Norris, C. Arvilla Hunt and Edward Simpson were all sworn in for four-year terms.
Green pledged to serve the city with fidelity and integrity. Hunt said she was looking forward to seeing progress in the city’s revitalization projects this spring.
Simpson said he has been a council member for 16 years and has especially seen positive change in the last few years. He thanked council, staff and the 2nd Century Alliance revitalization initiative for their efforts to attract businesses, grant funding and services to the city.
“I’m going to do everything I can in the next four years to turn this town around and make it a destination,” he said.
Council also accepted Deborah Bookman’s resignation from council, effective Dec. 31. Bookman was elected Chester County prothonotary in November. Council will appoint a new council member to fill her unexpired term.
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As a part of its five-point, city-wide revitalization strategy, the Coatesville 2nd Century Alliance has placed a high priority on the redevelopment of the downtown commercial core.
A new station and parking garage could bring Regional Rail service back to Coatesville after 22 years.
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HARRISBURG, PA — Today, Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) Secretary Dennis Davin announced that the U.S. Department of the Treasury has approved Coatesville‘s 4 nominations for designation as …
COATESVILLE >> Students in Dr. Lisa Doan-Harley’s unique Historical Research and Preservation course took a walking tour of the city.
History was not made by those who did nothing! Elizabeth II
Coatesville 2nd Century Alliance
What a lovely evening! The 1st annual Cocktails for Coatesville was a smash, thanks to you
Paul Evans See you at the Coatesville Grand Prix tomorrow, Saturday September 23rd. It is an honor to DJ the retro sounds in support of the Vintage theme! So much hard work by the volunteer committee. Special thanks to All About Events for providing their services to coordinate and run the event. Silver Sound DJs - Philadelphia DJ Professionals and DBS Audio Systems Inc. will be teamed up for the big sound music and announcements from Gateway Park to the 3rd Avenue Start Finish Line. There will also be live entertainment at Gateway Park! Please come out, support the restaurants and shops, particularly our friends Fuel City Cafe' thank you to all the people who donated checks to sponsor the sound! See you volunteers soon Joseph Leofsky Peter Ippolito thanks to all the major Sponsors who donated $60,000 to make this event possible! Looking forward to seeing the Board Members Coatesville 2nd Century Alliance
Demolition Celebration - inspirational speakers came to the podium. Paul Evans had a great time taking pictures and shooting video. Here is the video started shooting about two minutes in, about thirty minutes run time. This should answer many questions you've had about this DEPG project. Carmen M Green Linda Lavender Norris Ed Simpson Marie Lawson Coatesville City Council 2nd Ward Amber Little Coatesville 2nd Century Alliance
Paul Evans took the opportunity to take pictures of this historical event in the City of Coatesville. All the best to Jim Depetris DEPG project.
Buy Buy Buy! It's Time! Groundbreaking Ceremony July 18 at 2:00pm, Rt 82 & Lincoln Highway. Please come early. Meet Jim Depetris & Jack Corcoran of Legend Properties.
Coming to the City for the 2nd Year, this great event. Please mark your calendars and share with your friends Joseph Leofsky Peter Ippolito Dallas Johnson Ricky Campbell Coatesville 2nd Century Alliance Marie Lawson Coatesville City Council 2nd Ward
Kudos to the City of Coatesville, PECO, KABOOM and National Lands Trust Marie Lawson Coatesville City Council 2nd Ward and Debbie Bookman and Jon kasich and our Public Works Department all others who had a hand in this Patton Park Revitalization and for keeping it spotless. Paul Evans was here and enjoyed the experience.
Members of the Coatesviile Housing Association met at CityHall with Manager Mike Trio and Codes Director Scott Mulderig to discuss changes to the City Housing Standards Code adopting the 2012 International Property Maintenance Code and Instant citations with a $25 fine for high grass (10 inches), trash, snow, ice, fridges, abandoned carts etc. Discussions took place regarding Bi-Ennual Mandatory Inspections. Also discussed was the proper re-positioning of thrash totes by tenants, after trash is picked up. The tone of the meeting was considered positive, a productive dialogue took place, Rental Property Owners were impressed that Mr. Mulderig had consulted with DIstrict Justices Hines and Koon's "before" 2nd Reading of the Housing Standards Ordinance. Everyone in the room received Mr. Mulderig's email to notify him of quality of life issues in the City! Everyone was encouraged to assist in improving the conditions in the City to increase Property Values. This was the third CHA meeting in City Hall.
Please follow this case of Pottstown Lawsuit on Mandatory Inspections
Couple sues Montgomery County borough, alleging practice violates state Constitution
Source: Institute for Justice The Borough of Pottstown, PA has repeatedly searched Dottie and Omar Rivera's rental… by chirieleison
Lead with humility!
City Manager Mike Trio presented this Check to City Council on behalf of the Grand Prix Committee. Thank you also, to all the CHA members who sponsored the Sound System & Grand Prix Banner. The 2nd Annual Grand Prix will be held in the City on Saturday September 23, 2017.
Jim DePetris of Legend Properties presents an update on a 25 million dollar retail and apartments development at Rt.82 & Lincoln Highway. This project is likely to signal an uptick in developer activity and property prices across the City. Coatesville is open to development, Invest in Coatesville now!
It may not hold the title for long. The plyscraper race has just begun.
You may wonder what this article has to do with Coatesville. Think again!
BOSTON (AP) — As ma*****na shops sprout in states that have legalized the drug, they face a critical stumbling block — lack of access to the kind of routine banking services other businesses take for granted. U.S. Sen.…
Mandatory Inspections are back in Coatesville. Members of the CHA attended a meeting on January 6 with City Manager Mike Trio and Fire Chief and Interim Codes Director Gary Alderman, voicing concerns about the program.
Federal court rules rental inspections unconstitutional
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Who do you know who would love this meticulously maintained all brick rancher? Send them to the open house tomorrow hosted by Jenn Givler - Keller Williams Real Estate, Exton
Video 2 - African American Males are eight times more likely to be arrested for Ma*****na use than their white counterparts for similar levels of use. It's time for the City of Coatesville to stop creating criminals by reducing the penalty for possession from a criminal offense to a $25 fine!
is a 3-part video series created to help highlight the unintended negative consequences of the US war on ma*****na. From racial biases, to l...
Coatesville Leaders, Marie Lawson Coatesville City Council 2nd Ward Residents and Natural Lands Trust making a new playground in Patton Park! See the children joining in, learning how to volunteer.
City of Coatesville and Chester County Politicians and Bureaucrats, save room for Entrepreneurs. Create an environment where "their ideas, time and resources are encouraged, supported and allowed to flourish! Are you listening to me?
Only bold action will win the day. Who's got a million dollars or $50,000 to invest in renovations? Contact the Coatesville Housing Association! Ps. We've got an outsourced "entrepreneur friendly" codes department with a Green Tape City Manager, Mike Trio
We've got Coatesville 2nd Century Alliance
Contact Sonia Huntzinger to assist you
We've got Marie Lawson - Council VP who is leading beautification of the Parks and neighborhoods.
Marie Lawson Coatesville City Council 2nd Ward
Long Live the Risk Takers and Innovators.
COATESVILLE >> Kennett Square, Downingtown and Phoenixville experienced economic renewal after entrepreneurs came in and invested in the towns.
Thank you to all the members of the Coatesville Housing Association who sponsored the Grand Prix Banner and Sound System.
Great day at the Grand Prix !! CHA members were out enforce volunteering.
To succeed in the revitalization of Coatesville we must act with Integrity, not allowing anyone to divide us! United we Stand, Divided we fall!
See you all at the Coatesville Grand Prix tomorrow Saturday September 23rd 2017
City Manager Mike Trio speaks to the Lanchester Real Estate Investment Group at Fuel City Cafe' with David Long and Joseph Leofsky
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