Tuesday, October 7, 2014

SOSNA Newsletter

TOMORROW- SOSNA Board of Directors Elections!

Friends and Neighbors, 
Tomorrow, Wednesday October 8th is the SOSNA October General Meeting and
the election of the 2014-2015 SOSNA Board Directors! The meeting will take
place at Shiloh Baptist Church located at 2040 Christian Street and starts at
6:30pm. The polls will be open from 6:30PM-8:30PM and each candidate will
have the opportunity to make a 2 minute speech at 7:30PM. Online voter
registration is now closed, but you can register to vote at the time of the General
Meeting. To learn more about the candidates running for the SOSNA Board,
click here.
Coming this weekend: BLOKTOBERFEST! Saturday, October 11, from
noon-6:00PM along South Street from Broad to 18th. Come and experience
25 beers on tap, the businesses of South Street West and the organizations of
South of South. 
Mark your calendars, the next SOSNA Dines Out is October 22nd! This time we will be dining inside at a local
South of South neighborhood restaurant. Tickets will be available soon, check the SOSNA Facebook for details!
Today is the *last day* for the 2014 season of the Julian Abele Park Farmers Market! The market will be open from
from 2:00-7:00PM. Enjoy the beautiful fall weather and stop by the farmers market one last time. 
Recently, a young mother lost her life in a tragic bus accident in the neighborhood. She leaves behind a son, Kenny, a
student at Stanton Elementary. There has been a memorial fund set up for the family and if you can help them in their
time of need, please do. 
The October 15 SOSNA Zoning Committee meeting will take place at the SOSNA OFFICE,
1901 Christian Street, at 7PM.
The SOSNA Zoning Committee always meets the third Wednesday of every month starting
at 7 PM.
AGENDA for October 17:
1712 Christian Street: Application for the erection of a three story addition, with two interior parking spaces to an
accessory existing three story structure, accessory to an existing, attached three story structure, for use as a single
family dwelling.
1807 Washington Avenue: Application for the erection of an addition on top of an existing attached structure. For use
as two apartments on the second and third floors and an existing sit-down restaurant on the first floor. 
726 S 18th Street: Application for the erection of pilot house access to roof deck to an existing two story structure
accessory to existing two-family household living.

The 3rd Annual School Fair
Tour 11 Spectacular Rittenhouse & Fitler Square Houses
Sunday, October 19, 1 to 5 
The self-guided tour begins at Trinity Center for Urban Life, 2212 Spruce Street in Fitler Square or Beth Zion Beth
Israel (BZBI) at 18th & Spruce Streets (½ block from Rittenhouse Square).

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