No Septa high speed train line in Upper Merion Township.

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Fiona Palladino
Feb 27, 2021
This is unnecessary and the residents of UM do not want this!!

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Richard Mott
Feb 27, 2021
Has no benefit to the citizens of Upper Merion.

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tracy bossert
2 years ago
This will bring MORE crime then we already have

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Nancy Lightcap
2 years ago
I vote NO

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Joan Clement
2 years ago
I don’t want UM to look like North Philly!

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richard tickner
2 years ago
Septa is a monopoly and between the amount of construction and noise it will generate is not acceptable in this township. It’s already been overdeveloped and more urban in the past five years. The project will serve no feasible purpose and bring more crime into the area.

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Joan Clement
2 years ago
I’ve lived in KOP for 47 years, having moved from Philadelphia. We moved here for my husband’s work. I raised 4 children here & it was a wonderful place for them to grow up. I’m afraid a rail line coming through would not be a place conducive to raising a family. And that would be sad.
As the voting public, we should have a say in deciding the future of our town.

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Alexander Kelts
2 years ago
This will directly affect me and it’s highly disappointing that this township thinks a rail system will improve their already horrible traffic issues.

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David Fiorito
2 years ago
I live in King of Prussia and see absolutely no benefit given the staggering cost of the project.

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Douglas NIghtengale
2 years ago
The Upper Merion Township supervisors and our state representatives should vehemently oppose this High Speed Line - it does NOT benefit Upper Merion homeowners but rather only benefits commercial business interests!!!