The newly created fundraising arm of the J.S. Jenks Home and School Association will provide an update on its efforts to the full board of the Chestnut Hill Community Association. Haviva Goldman with Friends of Jenks told NewsWorks in February that one of the goals for her group was to better to integrate Jenks into the community. “Jenks is Chestnut Hill’s neighborhood public school, and while it is among the strongest of Philadelphia public elementary schools, many families in the neighborhood don’t consider Jenks as a school option for their child,” Goldman said.
Also on the agenda tonight for the Chestnut Hill Community Association’s
8200 Germantown Avenue: motion to approve minor adjustments to the Declaration of Covenant and Restrictions as recommended by the LUPZ technical review subcommittee, and to notify the original negotiating group (recommendation from the Executive Committee)
8524 Germantown Avenue: variance for expansion of first floor in rear (referred from the Development Review Committee)
Nomination/Approval of Budget and Finance Committee Members: Tony Reilly (Chair), Sue Beetle, Miguel Castaneda, Laura Lucas, Marilyn Paucker, Jane Piotrowski, Jean Wedgwood, and Nick Yzzi
– Other Business:
1) Report on CHCA/Moreland Avenue Town Watch public meeting (6/21/12)
2) Discussion of Actual Value Initiative (AVI) property tax issue
– Officer Reports
– Manager Reports
– Executive Session on a pending legal matter
The meeting will be held tonight at 7:30 p.m. at the Chestnut Hill Library, 8711 Germantown Ave.