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I believe an unlikely mix of alleged drug trafficking related politicos and alleged white nationalist related politicos united to elect the infamous “Bloc of Four” in the abysmal voter turnout election of 2005. During their four year term the drug business was good again and white nationalists used Coatesville as an example on white supremacist websites like “Stormfront”. Strong community organization and support from law enforcement, in particular Chester County District Attorney Joseph W. Carroll has begun to turn our community around. The Chester County drug trafficking that I believe centers on Coatesville continues and I believe we still have public officials in place that profit from the drug sales. But the people here are amazing and continue to work against the odds to make Coatesville a good place to live.

Tuesday, May 31, 2011

"PENNDOT plans to have the train station open 2015" Next Coatesville RDA meeting June 1st

RDA Chairperson Joseph DiSciullo, “If you remember we added one item to this meeting and that would be the “letter of cooperation that we are going to issue to PENNDOT for the train station project. Basically what I’d like to get is approval of the letter so I can sign it.”
RDA Solicitor Mr. Mancini, “Well basically you would be passing a resolution to endorse a letter of cooperation amongst the city, the RDA and the County to amend some issues.”
Mr. DiSciullo, “Is everybody OK with giving me the authority to sign that once that letter is completed and reviewed by our solicitor.
Mr. Matt Baker, “We need a motion… I’ll make a motion for you to sign.
Mr. DiSciullo, “Thank you Matt. Could I get a second? Thank you Jack. All those in favor; Aye?  Any opposed?  
John, you get a second chance at citizen’s comments, anyone with citizen’s comments?
Mr. Pawlowski, “I think I’ve said enough. I’ve said enough.”
“How are you doing? My name is Darren and they used to call me “Zeke” Howard, Another Zeke. Referring to the train station, the redevelopment of the train station and with the redevelopment of the train station that you have some kind of a plan that you are going to use how the train station redevelopment is going to be.
On the “Plan the Keystone Website” has a couple of options of what possibilities they would be. And has the Redevelopment Authority decided on what plan they are going to actually implement within the overall area of the train station itself?
Mr. Mancini,”I don’t believe that that’s been finalized. There are some clauses that have bounced around. Further input and consultation is probably necessary before a final decision is made.”
Mr. Howard. “The properties then just acquired from the city on Fleetwood Street are going to be incorporated into the plan itself.”
Mr. Mancini, “That’s the…plan.
Mr. Howard, “And any additional properties after that?”
Mr. Mancini, “Absolutely.”
Mr. Howard, “Do you have a time frame that you might get a report back on the final plan?”
Mr. DiSciullo, “Darren, PENNDOT plans to have the train station open 2015.
Mr. Howard, “2015?”
Mr. DiSciullo, “When they’d like to have the train station open. I can tell you that they have recommended that we begin having monthly meetings because they are doing some environmental studies and so forth on the property up there. And they came down with a sketch plan, which is just that, that’s all it is. There are a lot of studies, environmental studies and so forth that of course will be generated that will affect that plan. And we’re hoping that by Fall we will have a better feel, that we’ll know exactly what the plan is.”
Mr. Howard, “Right, that’s my questions. Thank you very much for your time.”
Mr. DiSciullo, “You’re welcome. John?”
Mr. Pawlowski, “I said enough tonight.”
Mr. DiSciullo, “Anyone else with citizen’s comments? Well, I’d like to thank everyone for coming tonight. Our next meeting is June 20th.  Excuse me, We are going to have a special meeting June 1st. So our next meeting will be June 1st.
Mr. Pawlowski, “What time?”
Mr. DiSciullo, “7 O’clock. 

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