Can you believe we made it to June? For a while there I didn’t think we’d ever leave March. It’s been quite a week, protests, National Guard troops and community solidarity. Plus, we say goodbye to a beloved principal, election results, graduations and oh yea, we’re in “yellow!” Grab a seat and let’s catch up.
New details emerge about the plan to close Gay Street, including a map of street closures and how to handle an emergency. We also get a redistricting update and West Chester’s plan to limit single-use plastic takes a hit. It’s supposed to be gorgeous this weekend. Grab your phone and let’s catch up outside.
Borough Council considers a proposal to close Gay and Market Streets while, construction resumes at 44 West. Plus, graduation dates set for local seniors and downtown businesses get a payout. Moms and teachers, pour yourself a quarantini, it’s time to get started.
This week we begin to talk reopening, slowly. West Chester University makes marketing support free to businesses. While, many residents cope with power outages. Fortunately your West Chester roundup is mobile friendly. Let’s get this party started.
Need a little good news for a change? Check out all these cool ways people around West Chester are supporting each other during these unusual times.
In response to COVID-19 all non-essential businesses have been ordered closed by the state, but that’s not keeping local businesses from helping you stay sane during the next couple of weeks. Here’s a quick recap of who’s open, who’s not, and who’s offering what.