Thank you very much to those of Westtown Township that attended their Board of Supervisors meeting this evening. This is going to be very important in the weeks to come. Next meeting: Monday, December 5th, 7:30, Westtown Township Building. Please plan to be there. The Westtown Board of Supervisors needs to feel the presence of the community they are supposed to be serving.
Couple details to clarify:
1) Next Planning Commission meeting is scheduled for Thursday, December 15th @ 7:30, location is yet to be finalized. I will email/post when I hear more.
2) It is my understanding that the Historical Commission will make their presentation that evening.
3) Randall Spackman of Thornbury Farm and I had a great meeting this morning with Senator Killion. I am happy to report the Senator is being pro-active in communicating with County Commissioners and seeing what can be done to help this cause. In my opinion, the man cared, asked good questions and is eager to help in any way he can.
4) If you haven’t already, I urge you to check out ‘SCOWT’ on facebook:
‘Stop Commercialization of Westtown Township,’ https://www.facebook.com/groups/1447923522090338/?fref=nf
This is a group that you need to request to become a member of; it was started by Westtown Township Residents; everyone has a voice and there are great ideas and an open dialogue I urge you to become part of. I post copies of my emails on this page in hopes of continuing to raise awareness.
Lastly, I would like to thank the co-chairs of ‘Neighbors for Crebilly’ for cut/pasting part of my last email on their new website. The more informed the public is, the better. There are a few informative groups out there that have been dedicated to raising awareness within the community. Although I personally am not affiliated with any organization, I appreciate what I learn from all of them.
Please feel free to forward these emails and reach out to me any time. I will continue to send my own email updates (email@example.com) and post in ‘SCOWT’ to continue to raise awareness about something so close to my heart.
Every little bit helps. Enjoy your Thanksgiving Holiday.