Thursday, September 11, 2014

Chester City creates its own blight


Come on City officials. If you're going to buy abandoned properties, at least let us believe you're going to do something with them. The people living on West 7th Street must be outraged at how you've ignored any attempts to cut grass and board up the windows on the abandoned Pulaski school. 

What's the plan? 

7 comments:

  1. We have to many empty schools and over crowed class rooms...open the school invest the money fix it up, and rent it back to the school district once the students start coming back to the district sho the money will follow, but you have to offer the people something worth coming back for not beats headphones and laptops....that's one way the city and the district can work together with the citizens

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    1. I could see a swank condo. On the ball field build a parking lot, pool and playground for the owners.

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  2. city does not own buiding check it out mr slave

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    1. The city purchased the building. If they sold it, you'd think they'd let us know. You seem to know who owns it. I consider you a reliable source. So, I'm checking it out with you. Send a comment with the new owner. Thanks.

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    2. To Anonymous are you sure??? According to article written on Philly.com, written by Kathy Bocella April 27, 2014. Last paragraph City purchased Pulaski for $70,000. Also agreed to to forgive obligation of $105,000 that the district owed for crossing guards and tax collecrtions according to their Solicitor Leo A Hackett. Community Baptist purchased the Old Vocational Building and Wertherill was purchased by Best homes Co.out of Glenolden.

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  3. like i said do your home work

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    1. I guess you're not a good source after all.

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