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What used to be McDonalds, across from the Transportation Center, is now a vacant storefront. The word on the street is the loiterers have relocated.
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Update on the Community Garden at Mizpah Seventh-day Adventist Church
“A year of experiences and accomplishments” is how many at Northwood Academy Charter School would categorize this year.
The Frankford NAC zoning meeting will be held on Thursday, June 14th at 2nd Baptist Church, 1801 Meadow Street, at 7 pm.
The meeting begins at 6;30 on June 12th, with a social gathering at which food and conversation are shared prior to the presentation. This is always a very cordial event. If you are able, please bring some to add to the food and refreshment table array. The circus presentation begins at 730 PM.
A neighbor lost her dog on Sunday. Here is a picture.
Constituents from state Sen. Christine Tartaglione’s 2nd District and from throughout the Philadelphia region will have a chance to comment publicly on PECO Energy’s latest proposed rate increase during a Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission hearing on June 14 at 6 p.m. at Kingdom Life Christian Center, also known as the Devon Theater, in the Mayfair section of Northeast Philadelphia.
It’s Food Truck Friday on June 1st from Noon till 3 PM. This time it’s Rio Brazilian Steak Truck. See below for the rest of the month.
Monday, May 28th, Keep the Faith in Frankford and friends will gather in the cemetery at St. Joachim Church (Griscom and Church Streets) for a brief ceremony to remember those Frankford residents who died in the service of their country. It is not to glorify war but to acknowledge their service.
“Everyday in Frankford” is a new feature in the Frankford Gazette by photographer Chris Baker Evens.
The Frankford NAC zoning group, at the May 10th meeting, approved the application by the owner of 5401 Montague Street: PERMIT FOR ADDRESS L&I CASE #589322 FOR BUILDING DECK W/ROOF WITHOUT PERMITS; FOR THE ERECTION OF A ROOF OVER A PREVIOUSLY-APPROVED EZ-DECK (SEE AP#810536 FOR ZONING APPROVAL, AP#810542 FOR BUILDING PERMIT), AT THE REAR OF AN EXISTING SEMI-DETACHED STRUCTURE USED AS SINGLE FAMILY HOUSEHOLD LIVING, SIZE AND LOCATION AS SHOWN ON PLAN/APPLICATION. There was no opposition.
Congressman Bob Brady (D., PA) has selected the artwork of Danelly Cabrera, a 10th grade student at Frankford High to represent the First Congressional District in the 2018 Congressional High School Art Competition.