Saturday, February 24, 2018

Update from PA State Police Troop K


Friday, February 23, 2018

Thursday, February 15, 2018

Media Borough Council never inquired about a risk assessment or safety evaluation with Sunoco regarding $350k ME2 pipeline easement


Documents obtained from a Freedom of Information Act filed with Media Borough shows no mention of any type of risk assessment or safety evaluation with Sunoco regarding the $350k easement granted for the pipeline project.

Back in September when flatly asked, Media Borough stated it would be unfair to suggest that Media Borough did not consider these issues, yet the borough was unable to provide any documentation that any type of risk/safety assessment was discussed.





Jeff Smith, Media Borough Manager
Media Borough Hall
301 N. Jackson St.
Media, PA 19063

Jeff

Pursuant of a formal FOIA submission, I'd like to request all email correspondence/discussions between Mariner East Pipeline parties (i.e Sunoco)  and Media Borough Council related to a $350,000 payment given to the borough, in return for an easement used for the ME2 pipeline.  Specifically any discussion/documents on risk assessments and safety evaluations which may have been used by the borough to base a decision on.

I request that a copy of the following documents, either electronic or hard copy, be submitted to me at this email address: tedmano@gmail.com or mailed to 128 E. 6th Street.  Media, PA.

Disclosure of the requested information to me is in the public interest because it is likely to contribute significantly to public understanding of the operations or activities of the government and is not primarily in my commercial interest.

Thank you for your consideration of this request.

Sincerely,
Tedman O’Hara
128 E 6th Street
Media, PA 19063


Pearl Kim from Radnor enters congressional race for the 7th District.

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Six security cameras to be installed on Baltimore Avenue at the cost of $40,000. Use of Body Camera discussions to begin (Again).


Per January's Public Safety meeting, six security cameras will be installed on Baltimore Avenue at the cost of $40,000.   In addition, the committee liaison, Lisa Johnson is expected to begin discussions on the use of body cameras for the Media Police Department.

Media Boro Public Safety Agenda January 2018


Mayor Bob McMahon has been asked repeatedly about body cameras for law enforcement but has failed to provide updates.

Save the dates! The 2018 Media Film Fest runs Thurs-Sat, April 5-7