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Councilwoman Christian Holding Third District Town Meeting on Jan. 23

Residents will here about new business development and info on the proposed retirement community for the former Kennedy-Kenrick High School site.

Councilwoman Linda Christian has scheduled the next Third District town meeting for Wednesday, Jan. 23 at 6 p.m. The meeting will be held in the Community Room at the Montgomery County Human Services Center at 1430 DeKalb Street.  

The meeting will feature an update on new business development in Norristown from Municipal Council President Gary Simpson and an overview of the layout for new development proposed by Hallman Retirement Communities for the site of the former Kennedy-Kenrick High School.   

Norristown's Third District includes the neighborhoods between Harding Boulevard to Arch Street and Jacoby Street to Johnson Highway, but all Norristown residents are invited to attend the meeting. For further information about the meeting or Third District issues, contact Councilwoman Christian at lchristian@norristown.org or call her 610-960-2280.

Solaughable January 12, 2013 at 05:38 PM
Lol new business development? I got it, a store that sells bullet proof vests would be a good idea. What development has been done in Norristown with these numbskulls running the show. Oh yea Sandy st. Lol
Hardcoredem January 13, 2013 at 03:13 PM
Linda is what all our council people should be she smart, hard worker, and know what she doing. We need moor like her to get our town were it need to be and bring business in. Some these people just wanna bring down Gary, Linda, and some others.
Durable January 23, 2013 at 09:42 PM
You should really do your research before you comment. Find out exactly what Gary, Linda and 'some others' have really done on the committees that they have chaired since they were elected to office. The staff has done all of the work. They haven't done a damn thing. Ask Linda Christian who has sat on Police and Code committees for most of her term. What has she done to brind down violence or improve the code department? Not a single ordinance was brought forward by her and she never pushed for enforcement of code ordinances. Same old, same old... Ask around what Gary has done. He takes a lot of credit for things but was not the person who actually did a thing. Same for the rest of them. They take a lot of credit...

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