Letters: Dear Chestnut Hill Friends and Neighbors

Posted 8/5/21

Thank you to everyone who voted in the Chestnut Hill Community Association’s annual Board of Directors election. We are truly honored and excited by the clear majority vote for Smart Growth for Chestnut Hill, and we are eager to take on the hard work that will be required to realize our platform’s goals for smart development, preservation of historic buildings, streetscapes and green spaces, and conservation and sustainability. 

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Letters: Dear Chestnut Hill Friends and Neighbors

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Dear Chestnut Hill Friends and Neighbors,

Thank you to everyone who voted in the Chestnut Hill Community Association’s annual Board of Directors election. We are truly honored and excited by the clear majority vote for Smart Growth for Chestnut Hill, and we are eager to take on the hard work that will be required to realize our platform’s goals for smart development, preservation of historic buildings, streetscapes and green spaces, and conservation and sustainability. 

We know that this election wasn’t about any one of us, but about a shared vision we all have for moving Chestnut Hill Smartly into the future.  It is a vision so many of you helped shape through your concerns and activism around the 30 W. Highland Ave., 10 Bethlehem Pike, and Mermaid Lane developments. 

Here’s to a Smart and even stronger future for Chestnut Hill!

We are in this together,

Tony Banks, Tim Breslin, George Deming IV, Jeff Duncan, Keith Kunz, Gregory Lattanzi, Camille Peluso, Ross Pilling, and Beth Wright

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