Executive Committee meetings will be held 2-3 times a year, and are open to all residents. They will be posted on this site. A guest speaker with a topic of interest to the residents of the Panhandle is part of the program.
The committees formed by the PCA are actively providing input to the following recent and current issues:
Garden TourAn annual garden tour of five neighbors' backyard gardens is conducted in the spring. This tour has become a highly anticipated activity. Anyone wishing to be part of an upcoming tour or to help organize the tour, contact the committee chairperson.
Town WatchThe Panhandle Town Watch, which has its own coordinator, is part of the Tredyffrin Town Watch organization. Each member is asked to volunteer for a tour of duty about twice a year to patrol the streets of the eastern end of the Panhandle. The Mount Pleasant community has their own separate Town Watch organization. The coordinator will supply all details.
We require that each street has a volunteer as the best value we gain from Town Watch is having eyes on every street watching for anything amiss day and night (24/7). Of course, you don't have to be a registered member to perform this service, and we are safer if all residents take part in this activity.
Schools and LegislativeRepresentatives of the PCA attend all Tredyffrin/Easttown School District board meetings and Tredyffrin Township Supervisors' meetings, monitoring activities that affect the neighborhood, its children, and cause tax increases.
Streets and TrafficThe Street and Traffic Committee provide a sounding board for residents' comments and complaints concerning roadsigns and traffic problems. Those of merit are brought to the attention of the Township.
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