Cheltenham Nondiscrimination Ordinance
Ordinance No. 2237 – 2012
Adopted: February 15, 2012
Local advocates in Cheltenaham began working on the ordinance during the summer of 2010 after attending several meetings with Suburban Equality. Advocates broached the ordinance with township commissioners in 2011 with significant support. The nondiscrimination ordinance was unanimously adopted in February 2012 with a XXX vote in favor.
Cheltenham Area Residents for Equality (CARE) was formed by local advocates to lead the community efforts in favor of the ordinance. The CARE Facebook page can be visited here.
In the News
Commissioners Receptive to Appeals for Human Relations Commission in Cheltenham and Agree to Start Drafting Ordinance
The Citizen’s Call (September 23, 2011)
Anti-Discrimination Ordinance Up for Vote by Cheltenham Board This Wednesday
The Citizen’s Call (February 14, 2012)
Cheltenham to Vote on Anti-Discrimination Ordinance
The Abington Patch (February 15, 2012)
Cheltenham Passes Anti-Discrimination Ordinance
The Abington Patch (February 16, 2012)
Ready to Serve on Cheltenham’s New Human Relations Commission?
The Citizen’s Call (February 17, 2012)
Cheltenham Township seeks applicants for human relations commission
Glenside News (March 14, 2012)