Chester County Ramblings had a snarky tweet today that involved Conshohocken, well really West Conshohocken. It tweeted about a proposal to place some digital billboards in East Whiteland Township and offered the warning “we don’t want to look like Conshohocken.”
The digital billboard in question is near the westbound exit off 76 and is in West Conshohocken, not Conshohocken. It somewhat recently replaced a run of the mill stagnant billboard.
@eastwhiteland we don't want to look like Conshohocken. THIS IS WHY YOU NEED TO DEMAND FULL SIZE/SCALE TESTING LIKE WEST WHITELAND DID! @Ginny4PA @PhillyChanges @ScenicAmerica #NoBillboards @PhillyInquirer @NBCPhiladelphia https://t.co/qFP1CDP3r2 pic.twitter.com/LktDBZbYNc— ChesterCtyRamblings (@ChesCoRamblings) February 24, 2020
To be fair, the billboard in question in West Conshohocken has resulted in some complaints due to how bright it was initially. It has since been dimmed. Not sure if there are still complaints coming in.
For some residents, it was like when Kenny Rogers Roasters opened up across from Seinfield and Kramer’s building.