Before any new development can begin in West Chester, developers must first make a stop before West Chester's Planning Commission. To understand why exactly, I reached out to Planning Commission Chair Jason Birl.
West Chester Weekly News Roundup
ChatGPT has lowered its age of access to 13 with parental consent. What is the West Chester school district shares doing to prepare? Plus, what to expect at Tuesday's Planning Commission meeting and finally, (finally) answers to a favorite question - what’s happening with Laurentos on Gay Street? Who’s ready? Let’s catch up.
West Chester Weekly News Roundup: Mar. 17, 2023
Happy St. Patty’s Day! This week West Chester fights to preserve neighborhood charm against the intruding sameness of modern construction. Plus, after two unique performances, Uptown calls it quits on producing its own plays. And discussion topic: is La Scala’s Fire finally going to open at 44 West? Who’s ready? Let’s catch up.
West Chester Weekly News Roundup: Mar. 10, 2023
Construction galore is happening around the Borough and beyond. What exactly are they doing and where you should avoid. Plus, Price Street neighbors lobby for a stop sign, a Church Street history lesson, a big win for Rustin and new details emerge about the Burger King property, like how many apartments they’re going to try and squeeze on the lot. Who's ready? Let's catch up.
Mayday Coffee Opens in West Chester
When you walk in the doors of Mayday coffee – you are greeted by a lot of white, beige, and peach. On your left is a mini-shop stocked with curated gifts. Behind that, the espresso bar and pour-over coffee area. In the back, is an event space that will be available to rent. Anyway, maybe it’s the peach but it doesn’t exactly feel like West Chester which, I am to learn, is the point.
Residents Notified Development Coming to Burger King Property
Last month residents living in the area surrounding the former Burger King property received a letter from Borough-based law firm, MacElree Harvey inviting them to attend an upcoming meeting of the Borough Council Planning Commission.