MELINDA S. ELMER Record Express Correspondent
, Staff Writer
In a rare split decision, Elizabeth Township Supervisors voted Monday to approve a resolution adopting IMPACT 2017, the Warwick/Lititz/Elizabeth Joint Comprehensive Plan. Jeff Burkholder cast the lone dissenting vote, saying there are a "number of things" he is uncomfortable with, but "the main thing is now we have committees being formed to enforce the plan."
Fellow supervisor Rodney May disagreed that committees would be charged with enforcement. Burkholder said he had a number of other issues with the plan but did not elaborate. May said that he liked the sustainability of the plan and the help that it would provide with MS4 (storm water management) compliance.
Resident Eileen Lieberman asked if the supervisors had heard anything about Transferrable Development Rights as they relate to the plan. May said that Warwick Township Manager Dan Zimmerman is willing to
Posted: May 23rd, 2013 under News.