SAVE CREEK ROAD
Local Neighbor Comment: "Flood plain regulations exist to not only protect the neighboring houses, but they protect water run off, debris and flooding downstream. It is irresponsible to allow relief, at tax payers expense, for what is clearly of financial benefit to one individual"
Plan 1: To rezone 2105 Creek Road from rural residential (RR) to residential retirement complex (RRC) which would then allow construction of a 40-unit apartment complex with 60 parking spaces on the property, which is spread across low-lying flood plain ground between the Saucon Creek, Friedensville and Creek roads. UPDATE-CITY COUNCIL VOTE 7-0 NOT ALLOWING REZONING
Plan 2: The developer on December 9th 2020 will ask for variances from the zoning hearing board to build 10 twin homes which is still spread across low-lying flood plain ground between the Saucon Creek, Friedensville and Creek roads. This development still poses many of the same issues as in the rezoning request.