Tredyffrin Township Takes Strong Stand Against Hate, Condemns Antisemitism

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BERWYN, PA — The Tredyffrin Township Board of Supervisors, at their May 23, 2023 meeting, voted unanimously to approve Resolution 2023-16, condemning antisemitism and all forms of hate.

After some despicable actions involving antisemitic symbols were discovered by residents in the community, the Township immediately responded, and the Tredyffrin Township Police are continuing their investigation.

“I am pleased that our Board has made a strong statement in this resolution, explicitly denouncing antisemitism and other forms of hate. Antisemitism has no place in Tredyffrin Township, and we will not tolerate it. Enough is enough.” stated Board Chair Dr. Julie Gosse.

Working with the newly formed T/E Jewish Connection group, the Township Supervisors put out this formal resolution. They stated that they would continue to support and encourage further actions by the Commonwealth with hate crime legislation.

Supervisor Mark Freed commented, “I am most appreciative and emboldened by the swift and positive response by the T/E community, Township Police and staff, and my fellow Board members to these hateful acts.”

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