Public Hearing Notice for Proposed Ordinance No. 2022-2 Amending Zoning Map Pleasantview Rd
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PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Board of Supervisors of Fairview Township, York County, Pennsylvania, will conduct a public hearing to hear comments on a proposed ordinance amending the Township Zoning Map to change the zoning classification of a 45.5 acre property - parcel 27-000-RF-0114.00-00000, known as 349 Pleasantview Road, New Cumberland and zoned as Commercial Business (CB) and a 1.4 acre property – 27-000-RF-0117.00-00000, known as 335 Pleasantview Road and zoned as Rural Living (RL) to Residential Mixed Use (RMU) zoning.
The public hearing shall be conducted on Monday, August 29, 2022, beginning at 6:30 p.m. at the Fairview Township Office, 599 Lewisberry Road, New Cumberland, Pennsylvania 17070. The meeting will be livestreamed for public viewing on the Fairview Township website (https://twp.fairview.pa.us/Links) beginning at 6:30 p.m. Verbal testimony may be presented at the time of the public hearing. Any persons other than the Applicant who may wish to testify are requested to notify the Zoning Officer no later than Thursday, August 25, 2022. In addition, written comments may be delivered, emailed or mailed to the Township Office at the above-listed address to the attention of Mr. Stephen Waller, Zoning Officer or to email@example.com. Copies of all written comments received by the Township Zoning Officer prior to 4:30 p.m. on Monday, August 22, 2022, shall be forwarded to the Board of Supervisors and shall be made a part of the record for the public hearing.
Immediately following the public hearing, the Board of Supervisors will convene its regular public meeting and may consider for passage the ordinance amending the Zoning Map to change the zoning classification of the above-referenced properties as described herein. If the Board does not take action on said ordinance on August 29, 2022, it will consider the ordinance at a publicly advertised meeting within 60 days of the date hereof.
A copy of the proposed ordinance is available for review at the Township Office at the above address during Township business hours. A copy of the proposed amendment may be viewed at no charge or copies may be secured at the cost of $.25 per page. The proposed ordinance may also be viewed on the Township website at: http://twp.fairview.pa.us/.
Ord. 2022-2 Amend Zoning Map Pleasantview Rd LOXAS
MED-ED SPRING AERIAL TRANSMISSION PATROL
Met-Ed is mobilizing to perform routine helicopter patrols on all Met-Ed transmission lines. These patrols are anticipated to take approximately two weeks to complete, but as always, work is strongly weather dependent and completion could be impeded by any post-storm or outage-related patrols that may occur. The helicopter to be used for these patrols is: Black, Hughes MD500 with red tail registration number N5027P.
These routine visual patrols are a general inspection of the structures, conductors, and all associated hardware on the transmission line(s) looking for any outstanding issues or immediate threats to the reliability of the transmission line(s). The helicopter may also be seen hovering and/or circling to get a closer look at any problems that may be found during these patrols.
PAHAF opens to assist homeowners
As you may know, the Pennsylvania Homeowner Assistance Fund opened this week, to assist Pennsylvania homeowners facing financial hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Although applications are done fully online through the PAHAF portal, we know some community members may need assistance accessing a computer, understanding the requirements, and completing their application. The housing counseling team at Community Progress Council is here to help!
York County homeowners who may need in-person assistance to complete their PAHAF applications can call the housing counseling team at Community Progress Council to set up an appointment. Call Community Progress Council at (717) 846-4600 and select 0 to be connected with a Resource Navigator.
Please see the attached release for more details, and help us share this news with homeowners in your municipality. We also have information posted to our website at https://www.yorkcpc.org/pahaf/
and in Spanish at https://www.yorkcpc.org/pahaf-es/
Rain Garden Coming to Roof Park
A team of York County Master Watershed Stewards with the Penn State Extension, including several township residents, are taking the lead and working with Fairview Township to design and install a rain garden in Roof Park. “What is a Rain Garden? A rain garden is a planted depression that soaks up rainwater runoff from roofs, driveways, walkways, and compacted lawn areas—water that would otherwise carry pollutants directly to our streams. Rain gardens soak up 30 percent more water than an equivalent patch of lawn.”(Penn State Extension…https://extension.psu.edu/an Introduction to Rain Gardens (psu.edu) Fairview Township will be providing the plants, mulch, and other supplies as well as heavy equipment. Construction is expected to begin sometime in May of 2021 and completed by the end of June 2021. The rain garden will be located adjacent to the walking path within Roof Park and will include only native plants. This will help reduce stormwater runoff. It will capture runoff from the area adjacent to the path and allow it to infiltrate back into the ground and the evapotranspiration process to take place. Native plants also help reduce runoff pollutants, such as excess nitrogen, and provide food for pollinators. Additionally rain gardens are very aesthetically pleasing and provide an educational opportunity for children and adults. Fairview Township continues to look for ways to further engage the community in stormwater management projects and educational opportunities by seeking other locations to install or retrofit other Stormwater BMPs. If you think you may have a location, please contact Paul Rodrigo, MS4 Coordinator @ 717-901-5298.
EMERGENCY RENTAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM-
available to eligible York County Residents. Please see link below for more details.
The Red Land Senior Center is working in conjunction with other centers to bring you programs. Check out the Links below for details!!!
Senior centers throughout York County are collaborating to provide virtual programming for seniors. The link below is for general information about the collaboration.
York County Senior Center Virtual Programs
2021 Client Poster (York) 2021 Release
Northeastern Senior Center Providing Home Delivered Meals
It has been over 2 years since we’ve had “normal” hours of operation, but we are pleased to announce that as of April 5th, we will be open 5x a week again. There will be hot meals available for all these days. Frozen congregates will no longer be available on Wednesdays, but if you like “take-out” meals they will continue 5x a week (till further notice), but you must let us know your intentions ahead of time. Friendly reminder, we must know by 10am one business day ahead.
It is unknown when we will resume 3x a week with hot meals for HDM clients, but it will be returning in the next few months and volunteers will be needed! Days: Mondays, Wednesdays, & Fridays from 10am-1pm. If you are in need of Home-Delivered meals you must call the Area Agency on Aging at 717-771-9610.
There is also a possibility that AARP will bring back their Safe Driving Courses in the fall of the year, but you will need to stay tuned in future newsletters.
Additionally, our website has moved and you can now find us at:
Northeastern Senior Center
PO Box 386 131 Center Street Mt. Wolf, PA 17347 717-266-1400
*Website : http://www.nassc.org
The “Home Delivered Meals Program” is designed to provide a well-balanced daily meal to homebound older adults who are unable to prepare adequate meals for themselves and have no means for assuring healthful nutrition. Meals are delivered Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, The Northeastern Senior Center is seeking volunteers for home delivered meals, please call (717) 266-1400 if you are interested. The home delivered meal service is not a cost shared service. Monetary donations can be made to the York County Agency on Aging.