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Crum Creek Neighbors (CCN) is an environmental advocacy group. Our members are homeowners who reside in the areas around both sides of the Crum Creek and it’s tributaries. We all appreciate the importance of this significant waterway and the natural environment that it supports. Our mission statement reflects this: “To identify, preserve and enhance sites in the Crum Creek Watershed.” We recognize that to do this we must work together to monitor land development proposals and local government and business initiatives that might impact the water quality, resident safety, tree canopy and wildlife in this creek corridor.

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Dennis Glancey, our friend, Crum Creek Neighbors member of Board of Directors for 13 years, and Vice President for most of those years, has passed away. He will be missed by all. Our sincerest condolences to his family.

Board of Directors & Members
of Crum Creek Neighbors

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Click here to see “Chester-Ridley-Crum Watersheds’ Thank You for 2017 Stream Clean-Up.”     Also find their website link at the bottom of this page.
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Click here to see Paxon Hollow Greenspace’s “Developer Plans Public Land for Private Park” article
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Click here to see ” Use Eminent Domain To Save Marple Tract” article about the Don Guanella / Cardinal Krol tract.

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Click here to see ” Marple: Developer wasn’t misled” article about the Don Guanella / Cardinal Krol tract.

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Click here to see ” He’s seeing Red over Green Space” article about the Don Guanella / Cardinal Krol tract.

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Click here to see ” Judge deals blow to planned lawsuit” article about the Cardinal Krol site.

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Click here to see “Archdiocese pulls plug on deal to sell Don Guanella tract in Marple for Cardinal Crossing” article about the Goodman site.

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Click here to see “Archdiocese scuttles sale of Delco tract to developer” article about the Goodman site.

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Click here to see “Marple Board is against Cardinal Crossing zoning changes” article about the Goodman site.

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Click here to see “New Cardinal Crossing Plan Gets Mixed Reviews” article about the Goodman site.

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Click here to see “Planners Oppose Adult Community Plan” article about the Woodland Preserve site.

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Click here to see “Group goes public with Cardinal Crossing protest” article about the Cardinal Krol site.

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Click here to see “Paradise Lost” article about the Cardinal Krol site.

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External Websites:

* Marple Township * National Lands Trust * Paxon Hollow Greenspace
* Nether Providence Township     * Chester-Ridley-Crum Watersheds Assoc.    
* Newtown Township * PA Dept. of Environmental Protection
* Springfield Township * Save Marple
* Upper Providence Township * Save Marple Greenspace