A new short-term rental ordinance would allow Airbnbs to officially operate in West Chester. There are wins here for both those for and against the idea. Plus, Chester County Hospital’s safety rating drops for the first time in more than three years - and those “Miami Vice” signs could soon be going away. Who’s ready? Let’s catch up.
Borough budget discussions continue and in a bizarre twist Council members insist on a tax increase. We look at why. Plus, more changes coming to West Chester’s parking program, the Zombie Run returns, the Phillies rally, and in one fell swoop all our retail prayers have been answered. Well, mostly, still waiting on the Trader Joe’s. So, who’s ready? Let’s catch up.
In 2016, West Chester hired an outside firm to develop a Comprehensive Parking Guide. The goal was to “effectively address future parking needs, implement best practices, run a financially sustainable system, and reduce user frustration.” Eight years later the Borough is rolling out recommendations to mixed reviews.
In the most shocking health inspection report I’ve seen to date, Split Rail Tavern is closed for cleaning. Plus, a 2018 parking study is serving as a guidebook for changes a look at residents think, WCU welcomes its largest freshman class ever, and the Look Around Festival returns! Who's ready? Let's catch up.
It’s Residential Parking Permit time - or Shark Week as it’s known in the Borough of West Chester. I talk with the new parking director on a series of program changes she has in mind - some are bound to be hugely popular, others not so much so.
It’s Residential Parking Permit time - or Shark Week as it’s known in West Chester. I talk with West Chester’s new parking director on a series of new program changes she has in mind - some are bound to be hugely popular, others not-so-much-so. Plus, West Chester High Schools are ranked. Who’s ready? Let’s catch up.