Borough of East Lansdowne, PA
Delaware County
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Table of Contents
Table of Contents
This appendix is arranged alphabetically by street name to facilitate reference.
Name
Activity
Location
Ord./Res.
Date
Beverly Ave.
opening
Baltimore Pike to Long Lane
19
2/7/1913
paving
Baltimore Pike to Long Lane
34
8/3/1914
Church Lane
opening
Baltimore Pike to Long Lane
19
2/7/1913
widening
entire length ??
134
10/24/1936
widening
intersection w/Pembroke Ave.
159
3/14/1949
Emerson Ave.
opening
Hirst Ave. to Long Lane
19
2/7/1913
sidewalks
Hirst Ave. to Long Lane
68
7/9/1920
grades
Hirst Ave. to Long Lane
85
8/13/1923
Glenwood Ave.
opening
P & D Railroad to Long Lane
19
2/7/1913
paving
entire length
34
8/3/1914
Hirst Ave.
opening
Baltimore Pike to Glenwood Ave.
19
2/7/1913
paving
Baltimore Ave. to Glenwood Ave.
36
10/5/1914
Lewis Ave.
opening
Baltimore Pike to Glenwood Ave.
19
2/7/1913
paving
Glenwood Ave. to Pembroke Ave.
34
8/3/1914
extension
Glenwood Ave. to Long Lane
90
3/14/1924
Lexington Ave.
opening
Baltimore Pike to Glenwood Ave.
19
2/7/1913
Long Lane
opening
Church Lane to Borough line
19
2/7/1913
paving/curbing
Northwest of intersection w/ Church Lane
254
6/8/1964
Melrose Ave.
opening
Baltimore Pike to Glenwood Ave.
19
2/7/1913
paving
Baltimore Pike to Glenwood Ave.
34
8/3/1914
Oak Ave.
opening
Church Lane to Long Lane
19
2/7/1913
paving
Church Lane to Long Lane
36
10/5/1914
widening
intersection w/ Pembroke Ave.
159
3/14/1949
Pembroke Ave.
opening
P & D Railroad to Church Lane
19
2/7/1913
widening
intersections w/ Oak Ave. & Church Ln.
159
3/14/1949
Penn Boulevard
opening
Baltimore Pike to Glenwood Ave.
19
2/7/1913
paving
Baltimore Pike to Glenwood Ave.
36
10/5/1914
Wildwood Ave.
opening
Baltimore Pike to Long Lane
19
2/7/1913
paving
Pembroke Ave. to Long Lane
34
8/3/1914