Category Archives: Pennhurst

Pennhurst Amendment

Zoning Ordinance Amendment For Pennhurst Acquisitions, LP (aka Pennhurst) East Vincent Township is about to give away it’s zoning controls and oversight over the Pennhurst property. Why? This proposed zoning gives Pennhurst just about every possible use for the property … Continue reading

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Pennhurst Zoning Amendment

A request to amend the Zoning Amendment Application for Pennhurst to include a rental residential reuse of 11 buildings of the historic core* has been made to the Planning Commission and the Board of Supervisors of East Vincent Township. There … Continue reading

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The Rape of East Vincent Township

The zoning petition now before the Planning Commission represents one of the most egregious attempts by a landowner to flaunt against the will of the residents of East Vincent in her long history. Seemingly without faith in the EVT Zoning … Continue reading

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More on the Pennhurst Amendment

As you know the Planning Commission is reviewing a petition submitted to the Board Of Supervisors by Richard Chakejian, asking that the zoning of his property be changed from LR to GI. This is being requested without any plans for … Continue reading

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A New Zoning Hearing Board Solicitor

While wandering on the East Vincent website I noticed that the solicitor for the Township’s Zoning Board has been changed. Joseph Bagley, Esq. has replaced Glenn Diehl, Esq. Mr. Bagley is with the law firm Wisler Pearlstein, LLP ,having extensive … Continue reading

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An Argument for the Invalidity of the Pennhurst Petition to Amend the Zoning Ordinance

Before I go further, I want to thank the many CCOEV members who have written recently offering their support to me for what I’ve written. I am honored to be a small part of your collective voice, and I promise … Continue reading

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Observations of a Citizen

The editorial I wrote recently about the last BOS meeting seems to have hit a nerve or two. You may recall that I challenged the Township Solicitor, Stu Cohen, to justify his legal opinion about the BOS accepting Richard Chakejian’s … Continue reading

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