Media businesses have the opportunity to advertise on an I-95 billboard for the next 24 weeks, according to the Delaware County Daily Times.
Media Business Authority
Friday, July 27, 2012
Friday, January 20, 2012
Media Borough Council made re-appointments to the Media Business Authority at its Thursday meeting.
Media Borough Council re-appointed several members to the Media Business Authority at its meeting Thursday. Council reappointed five members but not every appointment was to a unanimous vote. Councilman Kent Davidson said prior to voting that he would be basing his votes on participation and attendance at business authority meetings. He said he was not in favor of re-appointing members who have not shown participation in at least half of the meetings. Councilwoman Monika Rehoric said MBA members missing several meetings needs to be addressed and steps need to be taken to determine a level of committment. "People need to step up, this is a business based authority," Rehoric said. Councilman Dr. Eric Stein agreed that the MBA is not a trival…
Friday, December 9, 2011
Speakers set up along State Street often play Christmas music during the holiday season. What are your thoughts on the tunes?
Christmas music during the holiday season can be heard along State Street coming from speakers that line the street from Orange to Monroe streets. Media Patch wants to know what you think of the music. Do you enjoy hearing the holiday favorites as you shop, dine and walk along State Street? Or do you work or live on State Street and the constant Christmas tunes give you a headache? The Media Business Authority runs the speaker system and plays occassional music throughout the year. Christmas music during the holiday season that began on Black Friday, and jazz and other classics around the time of the Roots Ramble, Blues Stroll and Jazz by Night Celebration. Zubair Khan, executive director of the MBA, said the speaker and music system has …
Monday, November 21, 2011
Media Borough will offer parking meter debit cards during the holiday season.
Media Borough will offer parking meter debit cards during the holiday season in order to make residents and visitors more aware of the new program. The parking meter debit cards, which look like any gift card or credit card, are offered by the Media Business Authority and can be purchased at Borough Hall. The meters will continue to accept coins as well. There is a one-time $2 charge for the card and then residents are able to add and recharge with different monetary values. Currently, the only location to recharge the cards is at Borough Hall but other options are being researched. An upside to the rechargeable cards is that you can reimburse yourself if you haven’t used all your time on the meter. If you’ve finished your shopping but …