WESTTOWN — One of the first indoor public municipal meetings in the county will be held by the township on July 8. The global pandemic has forced many municipalities to virtually hold meetings.
The location of the planning commission meeting has been changed from the township Public Works Garage to the Marian Anderson Music Center on the campus of Cheyney University from 6 p.m. to 830 p.m. The address is 1882 University Circle, Thornbury Township, PA 19342.
An earlier Zoom meeting was cancelled.
This will likely be the final time that the planning commission examines Toll Brothers’ plan to build 319 homes on the 322-acre Crebilly Farm site prior to supervisors revisiting the matter.
The July 8 agenda lists plan revisions, traffic information, formal recommendations to supervisors and a vote by planners on a motion for the Toll Brothers proposed subdivision.
Toll filed new plans last year, prior a loss in court, to restart the plans. Many residents have argued that the farm was the site of troop movement during the Sept. 11, 1777 Battle of Brandywine and should be preserved.
In the past, more than 100 residents have attended board of supervisor meetings concerning the controversial project.