SYCAMORE STREET COMMITTEE
A Reconstruction Project of Newtown Township
100 MUNICIPAL DRIVE
Minutes of 02-13-01: Joe Mejerski moved to approve the minutes, the motion was seconded by David Burns. The motion carried.
The Sycamore Street Committee met on Tuesday, February 13, 2001, in the Newtown
Township Municipal Building at 8:00 P.M. In attendance were Chairman
Vince Lombardi, Supervisor, Tom Jirele, members Rodger Taylor, Jerry De Young,
Frank Tyrol, David Burns, Mike Frank, Bob Larason, and Karen Doorley.
Also in attendance was resident Mr. Kurtz.
MINUTES OF 12-12-00:
Karen Doorley moved to approve the minutes, the
motion was seconded by Frank Tyrol. The motion carried.
SUBCOMMITTEE AND LIAISON REPORTS:
a. Traffic & Safety - none
b. Planning Commission - none
c. Grants - none
d. Community Relations - Jerry De Young spoke regarding the easements that will be required of individual residents for the Sycamore Street project.
David Burns stated his concern that the sign for the traffic traveling Sycamore Street during the reconstruction period inform drivers appropriately.
The following addresses have been removed from the Sycamore Street mailing list due to expired forwarding orders.
Carolyn E Bell Alan McFarlan Newtown Oral Surgery
Public Planning & Mgmt. Group 7 S. Sycamore St. 219 N. Sycamore St.
650 N. Cannon Ave., Ste 21 Newtown, PA 18940 Newtown, PA 18940
Lansdale, PA 19446
190 S. Sycamore St.
Newtown, PA 18940
The following address will remain on the list pending confirmation by David Burns.
Anna Mae Deon
PO Box 5
Newtown, PA 18940
a. Scoping Field View Meeting - The curb stake out that was completed this past week was very helpful during the Field View meeting. The curb location as well
as sidewalk issues were also discussed by the members.
a. Potholes and Other Street Problems - Mr. Lombardi reported that the potholes on Sycamore Street were a concern to many residents but that there had been
some repairs recently to correct the situation.
Mike Frank, Planner for the Heritage Conservancy,
gave the committee a general review of the Stockburger Expansion plans on
Sycamore Street. The use of the site that was newly purchased by
them to the North of the existing McBride/Stockburger Chrysler Dealership was
explained. This plan goes before the Planning Commission on February 20,
2001 for the Conditional Use Hearing. The members of the committee present,
unanimously endorsed the project in concept. Many details have yet to be
A motion to adjourn was brought forth by Mrs. Doorley
and seconded by Tom Jirele. With no objections, the meeting was
Sheila Wallin, Recording Secretary