Friday, November 8, 2013
From the Holmesburg Civic Association:
This email is a plea for your support. As citizens, we cannot have a methadone clinic open at Frankford and Decatur. After nearly 3 years of embattlement, a legal fee fund raiser is required to continue the fight.
PLEASE!! Print 10 or 20 of the attached flyers. Give them to your neighbors. Put them in your window. Put them in your employee’s mailboxes. Forward this email to 50 friends and relations.
ALL of Northeast, and ALL of Philadelphia must stand together to prevent such an occurrence.
Support your neighbors. Support your community. Support Holmesburg and Mayfair.
Come out on the 22nd. Meet your neighbors. Buy a ticket. Buy a raffle.
STOP! “The Healing Way” From darkening the doorstep of our lives.
Posted by Scoats at 10:16 AM
Lane Closures Fri., Sat. Nights on I-95 South
I-95 South Overnight Lane Closures in NE Philadelphia This Weekend
Overnight lane closures will be in place this weekend on southbound Interstate 95 as crews relocate construction barriers between the Cottman Avenue and Bridge Street interchanges in Northeast Philadelphia, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation announced today.
The operation is part of PennDOT’s $212 million project to rebuild and improve the Cottman Avenue Interchange and adjoining sections of I-95.
Motorists are advised to allow extra time for travel through the work zone or use an alternate route during construction. The wok is weather dependent.
PennDOT currently is rebuilding and widening 1.4 miles of I-95 between Rhawn Street and Levick Street to enhance travel and safety. Under the I-95/Cottman Avenue Improvement Project, PennDOT is replacing seven interstate bridges over city streets; widening I-95 to provide four through lanes in each direction as well as a fifth lane for ramp traffic entering and exiting the highway between interchanges; reconstructing two exit ramps; and building a new southbound on-ramp at Cottman Avenue.
This project, which is the largest construction contract in PennDOT history, is the second and final phase of PennDOT’s I-95/Cottman Avenue Interchange Improvement program. Construction is scheduled to finish in 2016.
Walsh Construction Company II, LLC of Canonsburg, Pa., is the general contractor on the project that is financed with 90 percent federal and 10 percent state funds.
For more information on the I-95/Cottman Avenue Interchange Improvement Project, visitwww.95revive.com.
Follow local PennDOT information on Twitter at www.twitter.com/511PAPhilly.
PennDOT reminds motorists they can log on to www.511pa.com or call 511 from any phone to check traffic conditions on I-95 and other major highways before heading out.
Visit the 95 Revive website at: www.95Revive.com
Posted by Scoats at 10:06 AM