Last week’s most commented on Germantown stories

We like it when people are inspired to write comments to our stories.

We’d prefer it when those comments mention some brilliant stroke of journalism on our part, or something great in the community. But we’ll take it even if you have to point out our shortcomings – like my unfortunate transposition of the word “flagrantly” with “fragrantly” in a story about Germantown Settlement’s Emanuel Freeman failing to show for a court ordered deposition.

Mea culpa on that one, y’all.

And we love it when a piece sparks an actual conversation, like with Amy Z. Quinn’s treatment of the a zoning question that related to dollar stores and the Germantown development called Chelten Plaza.

So here are last week’s most commented on stories in case you missed them.  And, of course, if you have any comments about how we can get you to comment more, feel free to comment here.

 

When dollar stores re-brand – one new development hinges on this zoning question       By Amy Z. Quinn of PlanPhilly
Germantown Settlement’s Emanuel Freeman a no-show for court ordered deposition          By Patrick Cobbs for NewsWorks
Contempt of court charges for Settlement’s Emanuel Freeman                                         By Patrick Cobbs for NewsWorks
GCC stays out of Chelten Plaza zoning appeal                                                                 By Amy Z. Quinn of PlanPhilly
Unsung heroes – two roadside gardeners in Germantown                                         By Yara Simón for NewsWorks

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