Archive for November 4th, 2013

Ruth Virginia Davidson of West Chester

Ruth Virginia Davidson, 94, of West Chester, died Sunday Nov. 3, at the Chester County Hospital.  A resident of Pocopson Home for more than 10 years, she was a daughter of the late Edward Siple and the late Lola Cowger Siple. Ruth grew up in Kemblesville with her six brothers and sisters.  She was a nurse’s aid at the Friends Home in Kennett Square retiring in the ...

 
 

Letter to the Editor: Klein missing the point

Today I read Ms. Klein’s letter in Chadds Ford Live regarding a mailer that questions whether she would excuse incompetence in exchange for a favor. I received the mail from the Chadds Ford Republican Party that Klein refers to, and have since read the original Chadds Ford Live article referenced in the mailer. I must say that I think Ms. Klein is missing the point. ...

 

Letter to the Editor: Klein ‘fails to separate her personal and political feelings’

I am responding to Rhona Klein’s letter to the editor dated Nov. 3.  The Republican Party literature, to which Ms. Klein refers, clearly states that Deborah Love helped Ms. Klein with a personal matter. I’m glad that Ms. Love and Ms. Klein made that connection. As community members, we should help one another regardless of political affiliation. However, in many of ...

 

Letter to the Editor: Murphy will bring needed change

As a resident and former council member of Painters Crossing, I am concerned about proposed development in Chadds Ford that could negatively affect our quality of life. Most notably are the YMCA (proposed for Hillman Drive), Hovnanian townhomes (across from Hannum Harley Davidson on Brandywine Drive) and the completion of the southwest portion of the loop road. ...

 

Letter to the Editor: Daniels thanks supporters

I would like to thank the many people that I have either spoken to or met over the last few months and also to all of those that I have known for the 20 years since we moved to Chadds Ford. It has been my pleasure to get to know you and learn what is important to you. I understand that excellent schools, maintaining strong property values and knowing where your money ...