West Chester Borough Footloose Ordinance

thomas Greenwald
Anonymous 30 Comments
113 Signatures Goal: 1,000

The West Chester borough has always supported local arts and music. From Swingin Summer Thursdays to local musicians and artists going out preforming on the streets. Not for money but for the enjoyment of sharing their craft with the public. This was until now. The West Chester borough has an ordinance that is being proposed that would shut any performance on public or private property down. This ordinance would not only damage the great facilitation of the arts that the West Chester community provides, it will also stop the peaceful protesters on the corner of market and high from preforming or singing (without any amplification) during their protests. This is a violation of our first amendment right. Please support us in putting a stop to this ordinance being enacted and support the thriving arts and music community in West Chester.

  • Eric Clark
    Eric Clark United States, West Chester
    Mar 03, 2017
    Mar 03, 2017
    West Chester Borough should maybe focus on the homeless nuts that linger around the town and beg for money so they can spend it on the heroin they purchase from the (former) 7/11 workers. They should also focus on the endless amount of sexual assaults that occur on and near the campus. What a joke. This is America. Playing music on the sidewalk is harmless.
  • Arturo DiPietro
    Arturo DiPietro United States, Coatesville
    Jul 31, 2016
    Jul 31, 2016
    Please don't ban the music!
  • Corey Baer
    Corey Baer United States, West Chester
    Jul 30, 2016
    Jul 30, 2016
    Honestly wtf why is this even a thing? There's a lot more important issues in our world than singing and dancing
  • Jeanette Beirne
    Jeanette Beirne United States, Chester Springs
    Jul 19, 2016
    Jul 19, 2016
    Live music is a staple in West Chester. THis would be a travesty is this bill passed.
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