The agenda for the supervisors meeting on Monday, April 3rd, is jam packed with items that a great many North East residents will be very interested in hearing about.
The meeting at 7:30 PM starts off with an update on the North East Marina by a representative from the PA Fish and Boat Commission. The standing room only crowd at the last meeting indicates how much this issue is on the minds of area residents.
Next up will be a discussion about the proposed housing of illegal immigrants at Granite Ridge. Although Bill Unger, manager of the Granite Ridge property was invited for the purpose of presenting clarification on upcoming plans and to answer questions, he declined to attend. An email was sent to Jonathan Ehrenfeld, of the Ehrenfeld Companies, owner of Granite Ridge, and to my knowledge, no response has yet been received. A declined invitation and a non-response sets a less than positive tone and by itself, says a lot.
There will be a discussion about scheduling a public hearing regarding a new subdivision on East Lake Road just east of 20 Mile Creek.
There will also be a discussion on the proposed ordinance for short term rentals.
There’s also a subdivision on the Granite Ridge property to be approved, followed by a developer’s agreement with United Refining, a plan revision for The Paddocks and supervisors will award a bid for superpave.
Like I said, a very full agenda and some items might take a while. If you are interested in any of these developments in North East, and you should be, please plan to attend.