We are grateful for the opportunity to step in and help this worthy ministry to Reading’s most down-and-out. Thank you, City Light Ministries for all you do for the homeless in Reading, and to those who have partnered with us to make sure this shelter stays open. PLEASE SHARE!!
An article today in The Reading Eagle featured the efforts of the Smith Law Group, LLC on behalf of A Better Way–a citizens’ group headed by John Slifko and dedicated to structural improvement within Reading’s government.
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This week was a big week for The Smith Law Group! We were in the Reading Eagle three times this week.
On Thursday, May 1st, Attorney Crossett received an opinion from the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania reversing the trial court’s decision in a case involving an Exeter High School Basketball coach.
On Friday, May 2nd, Attorney Smtih was in the paper for his success in front of the Ruscombmanor Township Board of Supervisors as they approved the transfer of a liquor license for the soon to be opened Pour House Grille located at 3341 Pricetown Road.
Way to go Smith Law Group!
Jim and David win order to keep City Light ministries open. Read the full Reading Eagle article here:
or the WFMZ report here: