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Board of Supervisors
East Whiteland Township
April 12, 2017
1. Public Work Session: 6:30 to 7:00 p.m.
2. Call to Order: 7:00 p.m.
Pledge of Allegiance
3. Approval of the March 8, 2017 meeting minutes
4. Announcements:
? East Whiteland Township’s monthly Board of Supervisors meetings are
currently broadcast on dedicated government access channels on Comcast
(#996) and Verizon (#46). We also stream our meeting broadcasts on
? Chester County Household Hazardous Waste Event: Octorara High School, 226
Highland Rd., Atglen, Saturday, April 22nd, 9 am to 3 pm, No Electronics Will be
Accepted - for acceptable items go to
? Accept Retirement of Maureen Turley as Board Secretary
? Appoint Christina Sarrafian as Assistant to the Township Manager
? An Executive Session was held on March 8, 2017 (post meeting), April 5 at
5:30pm and April 12 at 5:30pm
? The Township has been informed that representatives of the PA Department of
Environmental Protection (DEP) and Constitution Drive Partners (O’Neill
Properties) are unable to attend the informational meeting on Bishop Tube
scheduled for April 19 in East Whiteland. As a result, this meeting has been
cancelled. The Board of Supervisors is disappointed that the DEP and
Constitution Drive Partners are unable to attend this meeting.
On April 1, the DEP published a "Public Notice for Settlement under HSCA and
CERCLA" related to the Bishop Tube site. The notice
0286) provides for a public comment period. The Township encourages residents
with comments regarding the property to submit written comments to DEP as part
of the 60-day Comment Period, which will conclude on May 31, 2017. Comments
should be sent to Dustin Armstrong, PA DEP, 2 E. Main St., Norristown, PA
The application of Constitution Drive Partners for variance relief from the East
Whiteland Zoning Ordinance will again come before the East Whiteland
Township Zoning Hearing Board on Monday, April 24. The meeting begins at
April 12, 2017 – Board of Supervisors Agenda
Page 2
7:15 p.m. and is open to the public. The application of Constitution Drive Partners
for consideration of the Preliminary Land Development/Subdivision Plan may
come before the Planning Commission on April 26. That meeting begins at 7:30
p.m. and is also open to the public.
East Whiteland will continue to provide notice on its website and through its
newsletter of any meeting at which the pending Constitution Drive Partners Land
Development/Subdivision plan for the Bishop Tube site will be on the agenda.
5. Public Comment: General
6. Reports and Communications from Boards, Commissions and Township
? East Whiteland Volunteer Fire Association - President
? Chairs - Volunteer Boards & Commission(s) – All in Attendance
? Public Works Director
? Codes & Life Safety Director
? Zoning Officer
? Police Chief
? Planning & Development Director
? Township Manager
7. Acceptance of the Treasurer’s Report
8. Approval of the Payment of Bills and Payroll
9. Public Presentations (No Board Action Anticipated)
a. Williams Pipeline Status – Mike Bedient (JN)
10. Board Motions (Consider Board Action):
a. Obtain Proposal from ARRO for Site Plan for Swanenburg Property (BT)
b. Appoint Members to a Route 30 Advisory Committee (SG)
c. Approve contract with the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission for
TCDI funding for the Route 30 Corridor Study (SG)
d. Approve SEPTA Professional Services Agreement (SG)
e. Establish Policy for Collection of Existing Sewer Fees & Liens (JN)
f. Amend the 2017 Fee Schedule: Add Hourly Rates for Township Consultants and
the Codes and Life Safety Department Building Inspectors & AQUA Fees for
Water Shut Off (JN)
g. Approve Deer Run Pump Station Proposal from ARRO (WS)
h. Approve Sewer Improvement Agreement for Celia & Cockerham Tracts (WS)
i. Advertise Public Hearing for May 10, 2017 to Consider Amendments to our
Municipal Pension Plans (JN)
j. Motion to Advertise for Bids for the Planebrook Road Sewer Force Main Project
k. Motion to Advertise for Bids for the 2017 Road Improvement Projects (WS)
April 12, 2017 – Board of Supervisors Agenda
Page 3
l. Approve Public Information Proposal from Gailey Murray Communications (JN)
m. Approve Update to the 2005 Joint Study with East Goshen Township regarding
the Intersection of Sproul Road and King Road (CY)
n. Approve DVMMA (Delaware Valley Municipal Managers Association)
Disability Management Services Agreement (JN)
o. Motion to Approve Exonerating Tax Lien on a Mobile Home Property owned by
Nicholas Bucan (JN)
p. Motion to Advertise Sale of Vehicles, Computer Desktops and Miscellaneous
Equipment through MuniciBid (JN)
q. Resolution 11-2017 to Approve the Destruction of Records in Accordance with
PA Records Retention Policy (JN)
r. Consider Sending Township Solicitor to Zoning Hearing Board to Support or
Oppose (SB):
i. ZHB 2017-05, Solar City on behalf of Edward & Margaret Whitworth (4
Brett Lane) for special exception for residential solar panels
ii. ZHB 2017-06, Macadam Co. Inc. (19 North Bacton Hill Road) for special
exception for macadam contractor use and setback variances for two new
buildings and driveways
iii. ZHB 2017-07, Neil Davis (700 Lancaster Avenue, a.k.a. Loch Aerie) for
setback variance for building addition
s. Consider an extension of time for the Board to render a decision for the following
land development applications (SG):
i. 9 Malin Road, Bishop Tube preliminary land development plan until May
11th, 2017.
t. Consider a second addendum to second addendum to the financial security
agreement for the Whiteland Village - Foote Mineral property (SG).
11. Plans (SG):
a. Motion to consider authorizing the Township Solicitor to draft a resolution for the
Atwater Commercial Amendment, proposing the construction of a Nobel
Learning Center in place of the formerly approved hotel pad in the O/BPS
Overlay district.
b. Motion to consider authorizing the Township Solicitor to draft a resolution for the
99 Church Road Development, proposing the construction of 42 single family
homes in the R-1 zoning district.
c. Swedesford 66 Preliminary Plan for 66 townhomes at 961-65 Swedesford Road in
an RMH – Medium High Density zoning district
12. Public Hearings (JM):
a. Public Hearing to consider adoption of an ordinance amendment to the Chapter 27
establishing general and specific standards relating to the location, placement,
construction and maintenance of tower based wireless communications facilities.
13. Meeting Adjournment

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