This is the second of a multi-part post of the Train Station Meeting
Senator Dinniman to Linda Lavender-Norris— "By the way when we talked about the jobs that are going to be created. Linda, when I came to that council meeting, stood up. And I always appreciated that President Lavender. You stood up and you supported us and our goal. And that goal is, to create what?
You'll see how will accomplish that and overcome the naysayers. Because we're already working on it. Harry’s identifying people. And I working to make sure that funding gets there. You'll see."
"David is going to work with us very closely and as part of the celebration and Francine as well.
My aim is as you celebrate your 100th year on April 27 is to have Governor Wolf come in on a train and clearly state that dedication to this community.
During his campaign I brought him to Coatesville. Bobby think you were there. Pastor Duncan, Apostile Duncan, and I know Rev. Randall was there. We made a commitment that day. This is a commitment we are going to make a reality, for him (Governor Wolf) to be here and be present as part of that celebration."
"We want to thank Jenn. We want to thank Deputy Secretary Toby Fauver for their work… The final parts this week is to make sure the new secretary and the Governor’s Office are in line with what we want to accomplish. It is together and Jenn, you deserve a great deal of credit and you deserve a good grade for simple patients with Chester County. This has been going on a long time."
“I'm delighted that Randall and Bobby are here.
It's a new day in this community. The pastors have made it clear that there is no door between the community and church. That they're out and they are a force that work with us on this revitalization. Randall and Bobby and Danny Williams and a number of other pastors we've met with and are part of the movement that's going to occur here.
And that's important.
It is especially helps us when we're dealing with people I guess from 35 to 80 years old. We just have to figure out have to how to get 20-year-olds. And you know all of them (Harry Lewis), and the ones who were in the early 30s together as well. It's good to have young people here and your arts program helps.”
"I think we all need to thank Olivet Methodist Church for two things. It’s not just that they're hosting us.
They didn't leave.
Many churches did. Their commitment to the city and to helping people has deserved our admiration and respect.
Pastor we thank you.
The church are should tell you is also already on board with our project. Thanks to you some good work that we are doing.
Rather than building a new parking lot. We are repaving and putting lighting in the church parking lot. We'll use it Monday through Friday and the church has on the weekends and for free gets a new parking lot.
This is the kind of cooperation that we're putting to together… We also do that I think in Middletown another stop on this route. One of the ways we're going to succeed is figuring it out who is here and putting it together a way that benefits everyone."
Olivet Methodist Church Coatesville PA:
Max Miller New Horizons Real Estate
Don Vymazal-Director of Constituent Services- Pennsylvania Senator Andy Dinniman