When is Royersford going to start enforcing landlords to take care of their slum properties? Case in point, the picture I posted is an old initial stone, they are located around a house (now apartments that are kept beautifully) and one was located at 401 Main...now busted in pieces. 401 Main Street is a disgrace, a piece of history busted up, cigarette butts everywhere, in the past there has been busted glass and windows covered with wood. Why does the borough ignore it, the old Mckissic building, almost right next to borough hall, is a complete eyesore. Who in their right mind, would want to bring their business to a town, where buildings look abandoned? Slowly we are losing our store fronts, Royersford Main Street is starting to look like a blighted area. Something needs to be done. Recently I was on Penn Avenue in West Reading...what a charming area, with small restaurants, stores and renovated store fronts. It's a shame that our area can't get over the hump & turn our Main Street around. I think its fantastic we have a community day, people get so excited, supportive..but it's one day...then they lose interest in our Main Street...and we're right back to not accomplishing what other small towns have...revitalization........Sure, we have nice digital signs at each end of town, new street lamps & sidewalks but people can see past that and it's a very sad, ugly landscape.