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Thursday, June 25, 2015

A Letter for Representative Harry Lewis Jr.



Representative Harry Lewis Jr.
315 West First Avenue
Parkesburg, 19365



Dear Mr. Lewis Jr.,

     Two weeks ago I read Chescobus Public Notice. It mentions the City of Coatesville eliminated their financial support of the Coatesville LINK in March 2015. The City's elimination of their financial support requires that alternative local funding sources be secured from businesses and municipalities along the LINK service area. If alternative funding sources are not found, the Transportation Management Association of Chester County (TMACC) will be forced to drastically reduce Coatesville LINK service as soon as July 2015.

     This service is very important to me and many Walmart associates who live in Coatesville and Parkesburg. I believe there are many people also use this service to go to their work located along Route 30 or wherever the bus passes the companies they work at. Because of how vital this service is to me and the surrounding community, maybe there is a chance from you to help us to partner with TMACC to find local, sustainable match funding sources.

     I appreciate your consideration to find a solution for this letter. 



Sincerely,
(Your name)
(Your employer name) Associate, (city, PA)

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I wrote that letter above yesterday morning before going to work and sent it in the afternoon. If you, your family, your friends or any other people you know who live in Coatesville or Parkesburg, PA and often go to work, Lancaster General Hospital or other places by Chescobus (Coatesville LINK), you can also send the similar letter or call Representative Harry Lewis Jr. at 610-857-2145 or contact Coatesville City Council and your municipal, Chester County and State elected officials. Tell them how vital the Coatesville LINK is to you and your community, and urge them to partner with TMACC to find local, sustainable match funding sources.



Contact list of State elected officials:

Senator Andrew Dinniman
1 North Church Street, West Chester, 19380
610-692-2112

Senator John Rafferty Jr.
2325 Pottstown Pike, Pottstown, 19465
610-469-8390

Representative Becky Corbin
180 Gordon Drive, Suite 106, Exton, 19341
610-524-5595

Representative Tim Hennessey
351 West Schuylkill Road, Suite 9, Pottstown, 19645
610-326-2626


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