Please see additional details and RSVP for the community speakout against 303 S. 51st Street!
Please join the petition on Change.org to have the Philadelphia Fire Dept and L&I stop the proposed development at 303 S. 51st Street. Developers Callahan Ward have dismissed the safety concerns of the community. They’ve denied us access to their environmental testing results and they’ve refused to make any concessions to mitigate the negative consequencesContinue reading “Join the petition on Change.org”
Please join us Monday, July 27th, 2020 at 7pm at Malcolm X Park (5100 Pine Street) to speak out against the proposed Callahan Ward apartments at 303 S. 51st Street. Please bring your masks and maintain social distance. We will provide water and hand sanitizer!
We are so pleased that Councilwoman-elect Jamie Gauthier is discussing affordable housing, equitability, and zoning in West Philly. Click link above to read the full article!
Update: Jannie Blackwell’s office has notified NHCD that they will not hold the hearing on bill 190638 tomorrow, October 16th, at the originally scheduled time. Instead, it will be discussed at the next meeting scheduled for November 19th; we were invited to come support the bill on 11/19. More details to follow.
“By-Right” Is Wrong for the Garden Court & Malcolm X Park Community; West Philly Neighbors Organize Against Unsafe & Unwelcomed DevelopmentNeighbors for Healthy Community Development (NHCD) say developers Callahan Ward are taking advantage of antiquated zoning rules and resisting the concerns and needs of the community. Since May, 2019, community members from the Garden CourtContinue reading “Media Advisory: 303 S 51st St”
Councilwoman Jannie Blackwell has agreed to come speak directly to our community, and make a public statement of support on our behalf… On Monday, October 21, we will hold a Community Meeting with Councilwoman Jannie Blackwell and others. The press will be in attendance. We need your bodies and your voices! Public perception matters to CallahanContinue reading “Next Community Meeting: Monday, October 21st (6-8pm)”
Dear Neighbors & Community, We hope your week has been off to a great start! We have a couple of action items for you following ongoing meetings. Please see the information below and let us know if you have any questions. UPDATE: We met with Councilwoman Jannie Blackwell, and she has introduced a bill thatContinue reading “303 S. 51st Street – Update & Call to Action (week of 10/07/19)”