Please complete this form if you are interested in attending the next Meet Mack Monday Zoom meeting scheduled for September 20, 2021, at 5:00 PM.
NOTE: I am having this meeting early to be able to attend the ZHB meeting that night at 7 PM. The ZHB will hear comments from residents before deciding on whether or not to grant Wawa's requested variances.

Topics for Discussion: 

Toll Bros All Saints Cemetery Proposed Settlement. On September 24, 2020, Toll PA XVIII, L.P. (“Toll”) appealed the September 9, 2020 decision of the Newtown Township Board of Supervisors denying Toll’s conditional use application seeking to develop 45 single family homes on approximately 158 acres of the All Saints Cemetery property located along Twining Bridge Road near its intersection with Durham Road (S.R. 413).

On Friday, August 27, 2021, attorneys representing Toll sent out a letter via first-class mail to Newtown Twp residents in the area outlining a proposed settlement that Toll says "greatly improves the proposed development site layout" (see below). 

New Toll Plan

The Newtown Board of Supervisors may consider the settlement in a public meeting as soon as September 22, 2021. 

Arcadia Land Development. On September 9, 2021, members of the public met with PennDOT representatives to petition the agency to reconsider its approval of the U-turn option. What was the outcome of this discussion?

Update on 2021 Road Repair Program. I will report on the roads to be repaired this year and go over the schedule.

Hybrid Public Meetings
: Should Newtown implement "hybrid" in-person/online township public meetings where officials meet in person as before COVID-19 but the public has the option to participate remotely via Zoom (or other technology) or in person? I will present more survey results & discuss further actions to take if you are in favor of this option, including signing a petition to the Supervisors.

Privilege of the Floor: Other issues, concerns of attendees.
You can join this Meet Mack Monday discussion via Zoom or via phone. Login details will be sent to you via email or text to your cell phone a few days before the meeting and again on the meeting day. The invite will include links to further information about these topics, which may be of interest to you even if you cannot attend.

DISCLAIMER: This is not an official Newtown Township meeting. It is hosted by Newtown Supervisor John Mack to learn more about issues of concern to Newtown Township residents and to share information. The opinions expressed at Meet Mack Monday events are solely those of John Mack and the attendees of the meeting