A few days ago I wrote about a historic building here in Conshohocken that a developer wants to tear down to make way for a bank. To follow-up there will be a zoning board hearing in a couple of weeks regarding the building at 528 Fayette St. The following is from Councilman Jason Salus’ website:
The Conshohocken Zoning Hearing Board will consider the applicant’s zoning requests at their meeting on Monday, February 15 at 7:00 PM at Conshohocken Borough Hall (720 Fayette Street). This is a continuation of a prior hearing and the record for the hearing is closed. The Chair of the Zoning Board will have the discretion to take public comment. I encourage all interested residents to attend.
I encourage you to attend and to forward this post to any Conshohocken resident or business owner.
I wasn’t in love with the iPad – this doesn’t mean I won’t get one some day – but I was a little disappointed. Read my iPad review over at SlyMiser.
Share your comments there. Are you getting one? Let us know.
(It’s sort of Apple Day over at SlyMiser – because I also have an AppleCare review running today).
It seems the past few years that we’ve been assault by banks. If it’s not credit cards or crazy mortgage lending. Now it seems that Continental Bank wants to tear down a beautiful building in the center of Conshohocken to build a bank. Within this small borough we have six banks (including a credit union). Do we really need another one?
I will be writing more about this as I find out more, but Conshohocken residents can not let this happen.
Read more about this on More Than The Curve.com
Toyota has been in the news for their massive recall of eight recent models. First off, if you own a Toyota, you need to check their website to see if your Toyota has been recalled.
Next thing, if your accelerator does get stuck, the following video explains how to stop your car. This can happen in any car, wether it’s a defective pedal or your pedal gets stuck under your carpet. The following video can save a life, so watch it and share it with your friends.
On Wednesday, January 20, ten Conshohocken restaurants are donating 20% of your bill to the American Red Cross. The restaurants are:
You may think that there is enough money, but there isn’t. Haiti was destroyed, when the thought of that a few weeks ago would seem redundant. They are going to need our money for years to come. If you’re going to eat out, why not make sure some of the money goes to a good cause? See you tomorrow.
I had problems with CNN correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta reporting when he could help – well he changed my mind here. On Friday night the UN told the a Belgian medical team of 60 that they wouldn’t provide security, but they would evacuate them. So the ball-less Belgian director Geert Gijs ordered all the doctors out; and they left; and they took all medical supplies with them. Gupta stayed behind along with a Haitian nurse and took care of the patients by themselves for the entire night.
“I’ve never been in a situation like this. This is quite ridiculous,” Gupta said.
I’ll take you one further – it’s disgraceful. Save for a gun at my head, I don’t think I could have left suffering patients. At a time when many lives hung by a thread, their decision to leave could have done damage, when they took an oath not to do so.
Following up on my post earlier this week – Conan O’Brien tells NBC to suck it. Now I will admit to loving drama, hating NBC (they cancelled Life!), and never liking Jay Leno; so I love this. NBC is getting exactly what they deserve. You might be seeing the move that turns NBC into a cable network. Conan goes to Fox at 11 PM, cleans Leno’s clock, so now both primetime and late night are a shambles at NBC.
It’s what TV has become , that they couldn’t give Leno or O’Brien time for his show to build – the way Late Night with Conan O’Brien did. If you look at the shows that wouldn’t exist if they couldn’t wait – Seinfeld, The Office, 30 Rock, X-Files, etc. Not every show is Lost or ER – a smash hit out the gate. And for every Lost we have 3 Heroes – a show that looks good early, but can’t keep it up.
Here’s O’Brien’s statement: Continue reading