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Great night for the Trestle Inn, a lot of history here.
Great day to visit our new neighbor!
Board Elections held Monday evening. Congratulations to the re-elected incumbents Sarah McEneaney, Melinda Rickard, Leah Strenger, and John Struble. Welcome new member Erica Ehrenbard!
New fence installation at Peco substation 12th and Hamilton Streets
It's a good day to walk to Roy Pitz and try their Root Vegetable Gratin or perhaps the coffee rubbed beer braised Short Ribs. Wash it all down with one of their eclectic flights of Liquid Art craft beer! Watch the snow out of the huge windows! #CNA #loftdistrict #centercitycondos #railpark #berkshirehathaway
Here is the schedule of when token sales at cashier booths and vending machines will be ending at each station on the BSL and MFL. **While tokens will no longer be sold at these locations, riders can still use tokens in the farebox and to purchase quick trip tickets at subway stations and to add funds to their key card. What else do you need to know about the token sales phase-out? 2, 5, and 10 packs of tokens will continue to be available at SEPTA Sales Offices (69th St. Transportation Center, Jefferson Station, 30th St Station, Suburban Station, 15th St, Frankford Transportation Center, Olney, 8th St, Walnut-Locust and 1234 Market St) until March. Starting in March, sales will be phased out of these SEPTA-owned locations. Tokens can still be purchased at retailers for the time being. SEPTA has not decided on a date when they will be phasing out token sales at retail locations, but this will be announced soon.
Roy-Pitz Barrel House is offering a neighbor discount on Tuesdays - mention Callowhill to receive 10% off your bill on Tuesdays!