I hope you have all survived the chaos of the holiday season and are enjoying what I think are some of the best parts of Winter: cozy fires in the the fireplace, cocoa and peppermint schnapps and hibernation. This message is to remind you the second Conditional Use Hearing regarding Crebilly II will be held:
THIS THURSDAY, JANUARY 30TH, 6PM Rustin High School, 1100 Shiloh Road, West Chester, PA 19382.
*Those who missed party status at the last hearing may apply in person at this next one.
I have always been a fan of Robert Redford. I can recall being about twelve years old when ‘Out of Africa’ was released and no joke- I’ve watched the movie so many times I have it memorized. And I enjoy reading Redford’s Sundance Catalogs, even though there is little in there I can afford. He usually writes a short note at the beginning of each catalog and this last one really caught me as he described the land surrounding him in Montana:
“This setting is natural, authentic, untouched and steeped in American heritage.” Naturally, I thought of Crebilly Farm. So is she, natural, authentic, untouched and steeped in American heritage.
Please continue to attend what you can of these very important BOS hearings and support Westtown Township in this continued journey of the best possible outcome for Crebilly Farm and our American history.
If not you, then who?