NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the East Marlborough Township Board of Supervisors will hold public hearings at 7:00 p.m. on Monday, July 21, 2014 at the East Marlborough Township Municipal Building, 721 Unionville Road, Kennett Square, PA, to consider the following applications for conditional use approval:
1. Application of Robert Wiggins and Mary Ann Wiggins Revocable Trust to convert an existing 1,100 square foot building (most recently used as a single family dwelling) for a professional office for an insurance agency, pursuant to Section 902.C(8) of the Township Zoning Ordinance. The subject property is located on the south side of East Baltimore Pike, identified as parcel 61-6-114 in an MU-Multiple Use District of East Marlborough Township. The property also contains a separate building used as a Wiggins Auto Tag business.
2. Application of Stonemasters, Inc. and Zeke Associates for conditional use approval pursuant to Section 1002.B(15) of the Township Zoning Ordinance for the manufacturing of stone countertops on the property located at 219 Gale Lane (parcel 61-6-127) containing 4.8 acres with a 6,321 square foot building. The subject property is located in an LI-Limited Industrial Zoning District of East Marlborough Township.
[NOTE: These hearings were originally scheduled for June 30, but were then postponed to July 21, 2014.]
Anyone with a disability requiring a special accommodation to attend the meeting should notify Jane R. Laslo, Township Manager, at 610-444-0725. The Township will make every effort to provide a reasonable accommodation.
Jane R. Laslo, Township Manager
With yard clean up on everyone's mind, you should all know that burning of brush and leaves is a very problematic issue. East Marlborough discourages burning; the Township prohibits the smoke and air pollution that travels onto neighbor's property. It is impossible to burn leaves at any time without creating dangerous and bothersome smoke. SECCRA Landfill, on Route 926, accepts bagged leaves, as well as branches and brush. The material must be transported in a covered vehicle. Please consider your neighbors and the environment before igniting any brush fires.