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March for our Environment

MARCH FOR THE ENVIRONMENT–Saturday, April 29th, 2017 at Noon at the Chester County Courthouse, West Chester.
Rep. and former Mayor Carolyn Comitta will be addressing us around 12:45 about the importance of grass roots action–your voice–in saving the environment. Other speakers include West Chester Mayor Jordan Norley, 2017 mayoral candidate Dianne Herrin, and 2018 PA 6 congressional candidate Chrissy Houlahan.
 
Gather at noon. Please bring signs to show your support of green issues. We will walk to Quaker Hill departing the Court House at 1:30 and reassembling at West Chester Friends Meeting at 2 pm.
For people who want to demonstrate their support of the environment but are unable to attend the marches in DC or Philadelphia. This march is sponsored by the Sierra Club Sustainability Committee.
 
Other local Democratic and Progressive events are listed below:
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Costello Town Halls

We are being urged to attend even if we can’t get in. Numbers will matter here. So, please come if you can and bring a sign on an issue that is important  to you. From: Concerned Constituent Action Group From…

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Petition against Re-Zoning

The Residents of Schuylkill Township oppose rezoning the 47 acre Conference Center located at 1485 Valley Forge Rd. from the present Low Density housing R-1 to a High Density housing classification. The property is currently owned by University of Valley…

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Climate March 29Apr 17

On the 100th Day of the Trump Administration, we will be in the streets of Washington D.C. to show the world and our leaders that we will resist attacks on our people, our communities and our planet.   Sign up…

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Costello ACA Vigil

YOU'RE INVITED!    MoveOn.org Congressional Stakeout to Save Health Care Where: Rep. Costello's West Chester office When: 7:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. this Thursday and Friday, join us for an hour (or more!) What: All-day vigils to stop Trumpcare Under Trumpcare, 24…

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Postcard Writing Party

Postcard Writing Party Saturday, March 11th @ 1:30 The Eadie's 475 Valley Park Rd Phoenixville Postcards and stamps provided!!! Can't make the party? Write and Mail on the 15th! Then, on March 15th all the postcards will be mailed to…

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Costello’s Belated Report

Congressman Ryan Costello released a special newsletter.  It is a comprehensive discussion of a number of current issues.  If this were released prior to a face-to-face town hall, the give and take would have been productive if somewhat pointed.

Copied from body of Ryan’s Report 27Feb17.


Welcome to a special edition of my weekly e-newsletter, Ryan’s Report: Asked and Answered. This week I hosted two telephone town halls that connected me to over 100,000 random households across our Congressional District’s four counties.  I also Live Streamed the audio feed on my Facebook page where over 1,000 folks listened and were able to submit questions online.  If you were able to stay on the line and join me, thank you – I hope that you found it informative.  If you didn’t have the opportunity to participate and would like to be called for future telephone town halls, I encourage you to register your phone number here.

For those who were wondering, I pre-announced the date and time of these telephone town halls starting two weeks in advance through Ryan’s Report and on my Facebook page – so for those of you missed that advanced notification or are receiving this message for the first time, I encourage you to sign-up for Ryan’s Report and read it in full each week or follow me on Facebook @CongressmanRyanCostello.

I thought I’d send around some snippets of my answers to some of the questions asked live on the air by constituents across the political spectrum. We covered a variety of important and certainly controversial topics – climate change and the role of the EPA, healthcare and the future of the Affordable Care Act, Russia and the election, education, veterans issues, gerrymandering, Congressional oversight over President Trump – to name a few. I wanted to ensure each of you had a chance to get a sense for my thoughts on the some of the top issues that were discussed and as a reference point given the large number of phone calls, emails, and letters we’ve been receiving.

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Costello remains Uncertain

Congressman Ryan Costello will not be pinned down to "a certain forum at a certain time”.  Instead the congressman has evaded "political stunts" by popping up in virtual Town Halls - via telephone and Facebook where participants and questions are pre-registered. The Concerned Citizens Action…

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