Thank you to everyone who came out last night to talk about the future of Chester. If you missed last night’s event you’ll have another chance to voice your ideas at Chester City Council’s Public Workshop for the City of Chester.
Join us tonight at 5:30 at Crozer Library for a community discussion on Chester's fate. It will be an opportunity for you to share your thoughts and ideas as well as learn how you can help Chester succeed.
Please join our community discussion about Chester’s current state of affairs and what lies ahead for Chester residents.
We will be talking about…
ARPA funding discussions
Are you a student looking to get more involved in environmental justice? Come to our event this Thursday at 5:30. It’ll be held at UNO’s in Chester, PA. Dinner will be provided!
Chester, Pennsylvania has long been known as one of the nation’s worst cases of environmental racism. This small city just southwest of Philadelphia hosts the nation’s largest trash incinerator, a sewage sludge incinerator, a paper mill burning waste coal and petroleum coke, numerous chemical plants, toxic waste sites, and much more. Immediately surrounding it in the neighboring waterfront boroughs of Eddystone, Trainer, and Marcus Hook are additional major polluters: primarily oil refineries and gas-fired power plants