Annual Meeting and Election – Thursday, October 25th

The annual meeting of the Penn Wynne Civic Association will take place Thursday, November 25th at 7:00pm in the Penn Wynne Elementary School cafetorium.  The meeting is open to the public. Our guest speaker will be Anne Leavitt-Gruberger.

Ms. Leavitt-Gruberger is Assistant Section Chief of County Planning at Montgomery County Planning Commission and is with the Safe Routes to School Program. Along with a committee of local parents, civic association members, home and school association representatives, Lower Merion School District staff, Township planners, public works officials, and police traffic safety officers, Ms. Leavitt-Gruberger is working to increase walkability around local schools, including Penn Wynne Elementary.

We will also review the Association’s activity for the year and will elect new officers. Current Association members are eligible to vote (one vote per member household). If you’re interested in joining the Civic Board, or know someone who is, let us know! We’re always happy to have more people involved.

The nominees for officers and directors of the PWCA for the 2018 election are:

President: Nicole Lubiski
Co-Presidents-Elect: Shelby Sparrow and Sharon Weinstein
Treasurer: Jordan Landau
Secretary: Paul Liebeskind
Directors to be elected to 2 year terms ending in November 2019:
Justin Davis
Lisa Healy
Ben Meyer
Tannia Horodeczny Schreiber

PWCA Annual Meeting is Thursday, November 16th

The annual meeting of the Penn Wynne Civic Association will take place Thursday, November 16th at 7:00pm in the Penn Wynne Elementary School cafetorium. The meeting is open to the public. We will have a presentation on the current status of school district efforts to manage the growth of the student population, will review the Association’s activity for the year, and will elect new officers. Current Association members are eligible to vote (one vote per member household). If you’re interested in joining the Civic Board, or know someone who is, let us know! We’re always happy to have more people involved.

In addtion, Robin Vann Lynch, a director of the Lower Merion School Board and a neighbor, has agreed to give a brief update on where the LMSD Board is regarding facilities planning and other issues across the district. She’ll also answer a list of questions submitted in advance, though there will not be a freeform Q&A or discussion with her at the meeting.

If you have any questions for Ms. Vann Lynch, please email them to admin at pennwynnecivic dot org by the morning of Tuesday, November 14th. The Civic Association will select from amongst all questions submitted and pass the selections along to her to be answered at the meeting.

The nominees for officers and directors of the PWCA for the 2017 election are:

President: Justin Davis
President-Elect: Nicole Lubiski
Treasurer: Jordan Landau
Secretary: Paul Liebeskind
Directors to be elected to 2 year terms ending in November 2019:
Avri Dub
Mabel Haggerty
Vincenzo Nelli
David Smith
Sharon Weinstein
 
(Note: Our email listed Paul Downie in error; we have removed his name) 

Outcome of Sidewalk Vote & Important Upcoming Meeting Nov. 1st

Last night, the board of the Civic Association voted in favor of this recommendation to the Board of Commissioners:

The Penn Wynne Civic Association supports the construction of a sidewalk along the northeast side of Trent Road between Suffolk Lane and Remington Road, by whatever means the Lower Merion Board of Commissioners chooses, so long as Trent Road remains a two way street.

Wednesday, November 1st at 6:00pm in the Township Administrative Building, the township Public Works Committee will be meeting to discuss the sidewalk and make a proposal to the Board of Commissioners. There will be time for public comment. If you have any interest in this issue, this is an important meeting at which to make your voice heard.

http://www.lowermerion.org/…/Compo…/Calendar/Event/8773/1719