Help Preserve South Middlebush Scenic Corridor Township Ordinance

Help Preserve South Middlebush Scenic Corridor Township Ordinance

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Jim Johnston started this petition to Franklin Town Council

We the undersigned are opposed to the construction of 21,000 sq ft building structures, parking lots, lighting, signage by Dada Bhagwan Nignan Institute and Sai Datta Mandir, Inc on South Middlebush Rd near Snyders' Farm.  This is an environmentally sensitive area that is located in a township scenic corridor.  The construction of the complex will result in the decimation of a forested ecosystem comprised of mature shade trees which house a multitude of indigenous wildlife species including endangered birds. It will have a negative environmental impact on the surrounding area due to increased storm-water runoff and ground pollutants.  It also creates a safety hazard from vehicles entering and exiting the complex from fast moving heavily travelled two lane South Middlebush Rd. This plan violates the scenic corridor ordinance which was adopted by Franklin Township for this area. Why can't the township take the $550,000 they planned to use to build now-cancelled "Grandparents Park" and use it instead to buy land on S. Middlebush Rd so it can be kept as open space? Please voice your concerns by attending the Franklin Town Council Virtual Meeting scheduled for Tuesday, May 11, 2021 starting at 7:00 pm. You can look at the agenda for this meeting at this .https://bit.ly/3uIu9XO
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