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The Radnor Board of Commissioners has again granted a requested transfer of additional liquor licenses into Radnor Township, this time two applications for a single retail pad, in open disregard for the requirement to assist and defend Radnor residents in regard to growing detriment to quality of life and safety in mobility.
Help oppose this transfer and future
liquor license transfers into Radnor.
Radnor citizens' safety, well-being, and
comfort stands to be severely affected with each additional license, because we have an inordinate number of the liquor licenses allotted for Delaware County,
with the corresponding level of high blood alcohol content regularly
present on our roads, and because we have a high number of liquor licenses geared towards
access off of an interstate highway, causing a high "stranger"
ratio in our community, among numerous other reasons.
The location for both of
the proposed transfers is on busy Radnor-Chester Road, directly across from Radnor High School, in the congested, and
speeder-prone, Matson Ford/King of Prussia Road district.
Any and all citizens, who live in and/or travel
Saint Davids-Radnor roads and sidewalks, who will be affected by, or offended by, the traffic and safety implications, and the
hazards to school children (including those at the Elementary School) and pedestrian safety, or by the additonal thousands of drivers with
elevated alcohol levels, driving on our roads, the majority of them strangers, and
citizens who are alarmed about the lack of new
and imaginative retail and service businesses in Radnor, should become educated about the facts, alert their neighbors and friends,
get active, and sign the petition we have posted.
existence of a knit community here is being increasingly foregone, and
markedly so, each time a new liquor license is approved by our elected
officials. Scratch the surface and one can readily evaluate
the incremental debilitation to our comfort, safety, and property
values, and the
impediments to our quality of daily life, caused by direct effects of this
phenomena, such as listed on this website. Pennsylvania laws emphasize the needs of the community, especially safety, comfort, the environment, and morals, over
the wants of the retail sector for new liquor licenses, especially when a township holds a high number of licenses.
This is why
the Radnor Board of Commissioners was required to hold a hearing for each
of the two new transfers that are sought. The hearings however, were marred by the Board’s open prevention of witnesses' right to be heard, and open bias towards the applicant, and a vote in favor of what is a seriously compromising proposal.
the petition page to see the
lengthy list of reasons why this location and this township are
inappropriate for any more liquor licenses.
In addition to signing the petition, we encourage you to
call, email, and fax your local and state representatives, and business, scholastic, and community groups, and
also, please send us news and input,
and participate in any way you feel
appropriate. Our action page will be up shortly.
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