The final Crebilly Farm/Toll Brothers Conditional Use hearing is: TOMORROW NIGHT, TUESDAY OCTOBER 24TH, 6PM, STETSON MIDDLE SCHOOL 1060 Wilmington Way, West Chester 19382.
Following the completion of testimony from two remaining parties, the floor will be opened up to the public for comment.
AT THAT TIME, ALL PUBLIC WILL HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY TO SPEAK ON RECORD. This includes those with or without party status and it includes residents from any and all townships and counties.
Friends, we need all hands on deck tomorrow night. Please plan to attend tomorrow’s hearing as if it is your last opportunity to voice your concerns regarding the negative impact a development such as this will have on our community. I am calling on all residents near and far; I am calling on all historians and those that value this sacred and nationally historic land; I am calling on the horse community; those that are concerned about the impact on our waterways and the environment (Hey Wilmington, the Brandywine is your drinking water source!!!); I’m calling on those who bike the nearby back roads; all parents of children in nearby schools; parents of children that play outside in the area- voice your concerns about their safety and the additional traffic this development will bring; all those who commute to work by way of 926, 202 and South New Street. And most important- I am calling on each and every one of us to preserve the many reasons why people are drawn to beautiful Chester County. What will be left in the future, for our youth, if we do not stand up right now?
We are in a race between preservation and development of our county. Thank you to Chadds Ford Live and the Daily Local for publishing a recent letter of mine. I hope it helps explain why a cause, such as this one, is so important for all of us to get behind and support:
Letter to the editor: Preserve Chester County open space
Leave no stone unturned- if not you, then who?
See you tomorrow night!