This is a reminder the Crebilly I application is still in litigation; the third Planning Commission meeting regarding the Crebilly II application is:
THIS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7TH, 7:30PM Stetson Middle School, 1060 Old Wilmington Pike, West Chester 19382.
*Richard Pomerantz is the Chair of Westtown Township Planning Commission and is running for Board of Supervisors at the November 5th election.
For those who like to plan ahead, here is the link to my last email with future meeting dates for your calendar:
For those who wish to acquire PARTY STATUS for the Crebilly II application, you must attend the first Board of Supervisors Conditional Use Hearing:
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19TH, 7PM Rustin High School, 1100 Shiloh Road, West Chester 19382
*If you had Party Status for Crebilly I you still need to apply again; Party Status is not guaranteed for Crebilly II, even if you had it for Crebilly I
Party to a Public Hearing Request Form
I would like to take this opportunity to share some incredible news in Chester County that I find inspiring and encouraging. To me, this is a great lesson never give up or stop trying and that anything can happen, even in the eleventh hour. Many of you may have heard of the settlement in West Bradford Township regarding the Embreeville site. After six years in litigation, the township and the developers (who are also the landowners) were able to come to a settlement agreement and the township was able to purchase over 200 acres of land, designated for open space. West Bradford Township was able to do this because they passed an open space referendum a few years ago. That funding, along with the help of the surrounding community and Chester County Commissioners, Kichline, Farrell and Cozzone, made this happen. I am eternally grateful and commend our County Commissioners, the West Bradford BOS and all others involved. Here is a link to the article: https://www.chesco.org/CivicAlerts.aspx?AID=1021
Lastly, please remember this Tuesday, November 5th is election day. Please take the time to get out and vote. May the best person get the job… or keep the one they already have.
If not you, then who?