Dear Developer(s) and East Whiteland Township,
Not to put too fine a point on it but there is ZERO preservation or restoration of the actual Linden Hall going on. All that is going on is construction of three (?) story stick frame slap dash but will be pricey townhouses.
If the developer is going to bail on promised restoration of Linden Hall and it was a condition of approval are there consequences for a continuing deterioration of this historic structure? Is the East Whiteland Historical Commission doing anything? Is anyone doing anything?
When development plans get approved don’t developers have to put up some kind of money that’s held in escrow by townships? How much if so is the amount for this project? And if the developer welches on the restoration of the actual Linden Hall, will those funds be withheld? Would it be enough to restore Linden Hall at all?
Inquiring minds would love to know.