Frankford Civic Association Agenda for Thursday, September 6, 2012 at 7 PM. The civic meeting will be held in the second-floor Conference room at ARlA hospital formerly known As the old Frankford Hospital 4900 Frankford Ave. At that time we will be discussing:
Expansion of a day care from 6 to 12 children at 4327 Penn St.
Plans to open a Grocery store on the southeast comer of Margaret And Hawthorne Street formerly the TNT bar
Property at 4834 Penn St.
For more information you may contact Pete Specos, president Frankford Civic Association 267–738–3103
To the neighbors who live in the area of Hawthorne and Margaret Street near the old TNT bar. The new owners wish to open a grocery store at that location. We met with them several months ago about the opening. Many neighbors had concerns about what will be coming to this corner. There will be a special meeting to address the concerns of the neighbors.
The meeting will be held on Thursday August 16, 2012 at 7 PM at ARIA health Center, the old Frankford Hospital second-floor lunchroom. The owners will be present to answer any questions. Please tell your neighbors to attend. Their voice is valuable.
For more information you may contact Pete Specos president Frankford Civic 267-738-3103
The next Frankford Civic Association meeting will be held at Aria Health, 4900 Frankford Avenue at 7 PM in the 2nd floor lunch room. The agenda is as follows:
4691 Hawthorne Street – Ongoing discussions about the proposal by the owner to open a grocery store
4327 Penn street – Zoning application for a day care
4834 Penn Street – Frankford Civic will be joining with Northwood Civic at a special meeting at the St. James Lutheran Church hall at Castor Avenue and Pratt Street at 7 PM on Tuesday July 17th to discuss the issue. We urge all Frankford and Northwood residents to attend this meeting.
For further information, call Pete Specos at 267.738.3103
I attended the zoning hearing on Tuesday representing the Frankford Civic for the application of the owner of 4325-27 Frankford Avenue to convert the second floor to 13 rooming units. At our last meeting the board had voted to oppose this use of the property. The application was denied.