CRCQL

(redirected from Chester Residents Concerned for Quality Living)
AcronymDefinition
CRCQLChester Residents Concerned for Quality Living (Pennsylvania)
Copyright 1988-2018 AcronymFinder.com, All rights reserved.
References in periodicals archive ?
The Chester Residents Concerned for Quality Living, led by community activist (or as she prefers, "reactivist") Zulene Mayfield, has used nonviolent resistance tactics--mass protests, monitoring of emissions levels, protracted court actions, and so forth--to block the expansion of the complex.
(18.) I have drawn this information from "Chester Decides It's Tired of Being a Wasteland," Philadelphia Inquirer, July 26, 1994; and Chester Residents Concerned for Quality Living, "Environmental Justice Fact Sheet" and "Pollution and Industry in Chester's 'West End,'" pamphlets.
(21.) Maryanne Voller, "Everyone Has Got to Breathe," Audubon, March--April 1995, and Chester Residents Concerned for Quality Living, "Environmental Justice Fact Sheet," pamphlet.
The environmental group, Chester Residents Concerned for Quality Living, contended that state and environmental authorities had granted five waste facility permits for sites for the city of Chester since 1987, while granting only two permits for sites in the rest of Delaware County.
On a recent bright Saturday morning, downtown Chester sat mostly boarded up, with the only steady traffic coming from the storefront office of Chester Residents Concerned for Quality Living (CRCQL), a virtually one-woman operation run by a powerhouse named Zulene Mayfield.
CONTACT: Chester Residents Concerned for Quality Living, 2731 West Third Street, Chester, PA 19013/(610)485-6683.
Full browser ?