PETITION IN OPPOSITION TO FLAT ROAD DEVELOPMENT

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Muthiah Palaniappan
3 years ago
It's already too congested, no more new development's please !!!

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Pamela Sudrow
3 years ago
Infrastructure is at full capacity!

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Pamela Sudrow
3 years ago
OVER DEVELOPMENT

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William Longua
3 years ago
Enough already!

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jill Holsclaw
3 years ago
Enough is enough. East Whiteland needs to leave some open space! To much development.

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Nancy Walsh
3 years ago
Too many unnecessary new developments. Too much population growth without careful attention to open space, schools and already excessive traffic throughout the region.

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Daniel Brooks
3 years ago
This is bullshit, that’s why I’m signing. They are trying to overdevelop and it will be terrible for the local environment.

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Gary McCusker
3 years ago
I believe the township is being over developed which will lead to increased traffic congestion, place strains on emergency services and reduce the natural space that currently exists.

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Lisa Sybrandt
3 years ago
Sink holes are a real issue in this area. Not sure these homes and future families would be safe.

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Kristin Thomas
3 years ago
Medium-high density housing does not belong in this location. Either stick to the current zoning requiring a larger lot or keep it open with mowed, gravel, and boardwalk trails as a preservation area. There is swamp lamp included in this section and that will end up the only green space left over by the developer. The new Willistown trail and the trails and preservation area off of Rt. 352/Boot Rd that follows Ridley Creek are examples of what could be done if left open, but made useable for residents. Just an idea.
The blasting reverb last year shook Oak Glen daily. We’ve had to repair many cracks and nail pops in our dry wall. I can’t imagine homes on Flat Rd close to the quarry would be able to avoid long term damage to their foundations. It’s just not a good place to build.