One good thing we can thank coronavirus or COVID-19 for is the postponement of unpleasant land and other development plans.
Accordingly, because the expanded Pennsylvania “stay at home“ orders now run through May 8, the billboard hearings scheduled in East Whiteland Township for April 27 and April 29, 2020 have been canceled. And rescheduled.
Today from East Whiteland Township I received the updated legal notice containing the rescheduled hearing date and other relevant details regarding the proceedings. The new date is May 26, 2020 and that will replace the previously scheduled and subsequently canceled hearing dates noted.
The hearing information is as follows:
Tuesday, May 26, 2020
Beginning at 7 PM in the East Whiteland Township Building
209 Conestoga Road
Frazer PA 19355
Please monitor the township website if you were interested in this or other issues in East Whiteland Township. The township website is www.eastwhiteland.org
I applaud the township for putting residents first and their health during a global pandemic. I also can’t help but wonder is this God’s way of telling us we don’t need giant electronically lit double sided billboards on Route 30 in East Whiteland, neighboring Tredyffrin, or other places like Haverford Township or Lower Merion’s parts of Bryn Mawr?