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Conditional Use Hearing Held Wednesday November 5, 2003

A Conditional Use Hearing of the Board of Supervisors was held on Wednesday

November 5, 2003 commencing at 7:00 p.m. Chairman Mr. Garris called the meeting to

order. Present were Supervisors Mr. Doratt and Mr. Franciscus, Mr. Pompo Township

Solicitor, Mr. Lowry Township Zoning Officer/Building Inspector, Mr. MacCombie

Township Engineer and members of the community.

 

Mr. Garris motioned to dispense of the pledge of allegiance, moment of silence along

with the reading of any previous meetings minutes. With the Board in favor the motion

carried.

 

Mr. Pompo stated that Mr. Carr is seeking not to reduce the height of the berm as this was

a condition of the original Conditional Use Hearing. Mr. Pompo marked exhibits A1 as

the application, A2 as the public notice, A3 as the certification of Tom Lowry posting the

property, A4 is a copy of the past Conditional Use decision and order.

The applicant Mr. Carr stated that he is seeking an amendment to a previously issued

Conditional Use Decision and Order dated November 6, 2000, in order to allow the

height of the berm of the storm water management basin to remain at eight feet.

Condition number 2 of the Decision and Order requires that the height of the berm be

reduced to no more than six feet. Mr. Carr is the developer of the 19 single-family

dwelling.

 

Mr. Carr stated his desire is to leave the height of the berm at 8 feet; Mr. Carr claims that

there is not sight restriction within the 19 home development. Mr. Carr presented a

picture, which was marked as exhibit A-5 to show no sight restriction. Mr. Pompo

questioned Mr. Carr for the reason why he doesn’t want to remove the 2 feet off the

berm? Mr. Carr replied that it would tear up the ground to take heavy equipment in and

he sees no benefit of taking it down.

 

Mr. MacCombie stated he has received numerous complaints regarding West Nile Virus,

and he also stated that there currently exists a fore bay detention basin that was used for

erosion and sedimentation control and collects standing water which creates a hazard to

the community with West Nile Virus. Mr. MacCombie recommended removal of the fore

bay, stabilization of the ground to allow the water to drain properly. Mr. MacCombie

also stated that the water in the basin is not currently draining properly.

 

Mr. Buddy Rhoades stated his daughter resides at lot 19 and that equipment can go in to

take down the berm without tearing up the ground. He added he has safety concerns with

the children within the neighborhood. Mr. Rhoades stated he has seen five nice days and

dry weather and the basin remained full.

 

Mr. Stokes a resident of the development stated that he has lived at his home for 1 year

and the basin has never been dry, Mr. Stokes also stated he doesn’t see the berm from his

house.

 

The Board concluded the meeting by telling Mr. Carr that they have 45 days to order

their decision.

 

With there being no further business the meeting was adjourned.

 

Respectfully Submitted,

 

Lisa Myers

Secretary/Treasurer

 

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