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07 November 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Exciting & Humbling

90 percent of the vote is a strong statement of confidence.  I appreciate your trust. For the past 10 months, you’ve shared your concerns and suggestions with me.  I’m eager to get to work now to serve you, and team with relevant partners to help us all strengthen our community. During the transition period, we’ll […]

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18 July 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Please take a moment to read my article in today’s Philadelphia Inquirer, and listen.  Thanks for caring about our community.  Together, we can translate this into action.

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22 May 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Thank You for the Primary Win

Heartfelt thanks to all my supporters for the solid win in the primary election.  I appreciate your confidence in me – my willingness to listen, question and act wisely to solve  problems.  I value the hard work of my campaign team and friends who recognize that my approach reaches outside the narrow boxes of ideology […]

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31 March 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Technical glitch with email

Apologies to those who have tried to reach me via email on my contact page.  I am not receiving those emails.  Please email me directly at or call me at 215-884-4155. Thanks, Ann

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20 March 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Ann’s Public Comments/Questions on Cheltenham’s Act 537 Sewage Facilities Plan

Here (below) is a copy of Ann’s written public comments/questions about the Township’s Sewer Plan.  The public comment period on this Act 537 Plan runs through the end of March.  Responses will be made after that period.   3/6/13 To:       Brian Havir, Cheltenham Township Manager From:   Ann L. Rappoport, Ph.D. 114 E. Waverly Road, […]

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12 March 2013 ~ 0 Comments

Living in Cheltenham

What a great letter-to-the-editor from a Cheltenham resident  in today’s Philadelphia Inquirer!   Cheltenham is always a work in progress, but what a great place to pursue the progress!  (below)  POSTED: Tuesday, March 12, 2013, 3:01 AM Cheltenham is worth every penny As a child raised in East Oak Lane by two Philadelphia schoolteachers, I wanted […]

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