This is (I think) part of the old mill structures on Hershey’s Mill Road in West Chester (East Goshen). It looks like it is getting a new lease on life. It is the landmark for Hershey’s Mill Road off of Greenhill Road.
This is also one of my favorite roads.
Probably because it hasn’t been torn asunder by development.
We have had so much rain that the pond that had been drained is back.
But this is a road where you take your time, meander, and exhale. It’s lovely.
So East Goshen is into re-purposing dams in 2017. One is Hershey’s Mill Dam. Ok it’s a great idea, as it all looks a little sad right now BUT if you look at last week’s presentation, you can see the plan needs tweaking.
And East Goshen has been wrangling with this for years.
The most glaring problem is putting handicap ADA accessible parking right there on one of the curves of Hershey’s Mill Road. Hershey’s Mill Road is a beautiful road. But it is windy and twisty, really windy and twisty and where they are proposing the barely off street parking is especially narrow as well.
Here is a survey you can take: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/HMDraftPlan
Here is the East Goshen Township Manager’s e-mail address: email@example.com
Take a look at the plans: http://eastgoshen.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/170323_HMD-Pub3.pdf
Not a bad concept, my issue is strictly with the location of the parking – if you are familiar with the road you know not all people treat it with respect and go quite fast. Seems to be a disaster waiting to happen. East Goshen Township, are you nuts to propose the spaces there? What are the alternatives?
Anyway, thought I would put this on your radar dear readers in Chester County and especially those in East Goshen and neighboring municipalities.
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