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Newtown BOS Rejects Chick-fil-A/Old Navy Settlement Agreement

Newtown BOS Rejects Chick-fil-A/Old Navy Settlement Agreement

At it's January 13, 2021, public meeting, the Newtown Board of Supervisors (BOS) voted 3-2 against agreeing to a settlement with Newtown Bucks Association (NBA) regarding Chick-fil-A and a "retail pad" in the Newtown Shopping Center.

NBA intended to make certain traffic/circulation improvements as related to the existing Chick-fil-A restaurant in the Shopping Center, together with a proposed pad that would be used for additional retail space (i.e., proposed Old Navy site).

The agreement would have granted several variances, including allowing additional impervious surface for the retail space, which was the main reason the Zoning Hearing Board originally voted against the application (read "So what's the status of the proposed Old Navy at the Newtown Shopping Center?").The BOS, however, seemed mostly concerned about the plan to "improve" traffic related to Chick-fil-A.

This following audio clip from the meeting mainly focuses in on that discussion. View the video archive of the entire BOS meeting here.

Mack's Newtown Voice · Newtown BOS Rejects Chick-fil-A/Old Navy Settlement Agreement
The proposed traffic/circulation improvement plan for Chick-fil-A

 

Posted on 14 Jan 2021, 01:30 - Category: Development

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