September 5, 2000
The Board of Supervisors of Pennsbury Township held a regular meeting on Tuesday, September
5, 2000. Present were Messrs. Holloway, Reynolds, Patten and Ms. Howley and the minutes
were approved as corrected.
Ms. Howley reported the following:
The Route 1 Corridor Study has been given to the Board and Mr. Patten for their review and comment. This is the final draft.
The CCATO Fall convention dinner will be held at the Desmond on November 16th.
A map showing the proposed right of way on Sunny Ridge for Jeff Berlin's subdivision was submitted by Regester and the township will meet with the landowners on Sept 7th to discuss this. A representative from Chester Water and Regester will be requested to attend.
Whitestone Farm - Matt Houtmann submitted a letter regarding the "as builts" submitted by Jay
March. The detention basin on the plan is significantly different in depth as to what is there.
Therefore, this will have to be taken care of before dedication of the road. It was determined that
the island on the cul-de-sac is to be maintained by the homeowners as set for in the Declaration of
Bailey property - Mr. Patten will be meeting with their attorney on site Friday, Sept. 8th to
discuss the project.
Mr. Patten reported the law requires a "plain meaning of referendum" notice to be filed with the
County for the library referendum. A copy of this was reviewed by the Board and Mr. Patten will
send it in.
Negotiations are continuing with Ms. Leborn for her portion of property impacted by the Rt. 926
& Parkersville Road project. Mr. & Mrs. Woodward have settled with the township on this.
There will be an EMS meeting at the township building on September 18th at 9:30 a.m. regarding
the flooding of the Brandywine on Rt. 1. There will be a Hot Air Balloon Festival in the park on
September 15 and 16 sponsored by the Pennsbury Land Trust.
Bids for the renovation of the township building will be received at the September 18th supervisors meeting. A bill list dated September 5th numbering 2086-2116 was submitted and approved for payment by the Board. With no further business the meeting adjourned at 8:30 p.m.
Respectfully submitted, Kathleen Howley, Township Manager