Monday, February 13, 2017

The Daily Numbers for Monday, Feb. 13

The Daily Numbers: 46.7 acres off West Chester Pike in Newtown, home to the Olde Masters golf course and driving range that is being targeted for development. The course is expected to survive, at least for now.

8 3-story buildings with condos and apartments eyed for the site.

44 units in each building.

3 story multi-use building also planned on the site.

11 a.m. presser in Chester at which Mayor Thaddeus Kirkland will talk about a spike in gun violence in the city.

35 mph wind gusts that will hit area today.

25 dollar fee per residents for towns that rely on state police, what Gov. Tom Wolf wants.

87, age of retail giant Al Boscov, who died Friday.

2 more feet of snow possible in New England today, after they got hit with 19 inches in last Thursday’s storm.

5 Grammys for Adele.

2 Grammys for Beyonce

Call me a Phanatic: A look at the ups and downs of being a Philadelphia sports fan.

Phillies pitchers and catchers report to Clearwater this morning. Aaaaahhhhhhhhh!

I Don’t Get It: They are upping the ante in Chester violence. Police responded to report of shooting involving an AK-47 over the weekend.

Today’s Upper: Kudos to Rep. Pat Meehan, who sat down with several constituents to talk about his position on the Affordable Care Act. Now if only Sen. Pat Toomey would do likewise.

Quote Box: “In my mind, we won’t be going anywhere for the next two-three years.”

- Bruce Thatcher, vice president at Olde Masters Golf Club.

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