Hi, Neighbors. We had an Aleppo Workshop Meeting on Monday night and I wanted to tell you what happened.
If you want to watch the meeting from the beginning, click here. Otherwise, feel free to click the links below to jump to the portions of the meeting that are of particular interest to you.
Here’s what happened:
- We discussed the plans for “The Villas at Glen Minogue”, a new housing plan being developed along Glen Mitchell road. (Click here to watch this portion of the meeting.)
- We discussed a potential ordinance regulating chickens in Aleppo and banning roosters. We took no action on this potential ordinance, but agreed to discuss it later. Therefore, if an ordinance regulating chickens would affect you–either positively or negatively–please send me an email with your thoughts so your voice can be heard. (Click here to watch this portion of the meeting.)
- We talked about scheduling a future Workshop Meeting at Masonic Village. (Click here to watch this portion of the meeting.)
- We continued our discussion about lots along Glen Mitchell Road that have received recent community complaints–one of these lots is allegedly owned by the Borough of Sewickley and is expected to be cleaned up by the end of June. (Click here to watch this portion of the
- We discussed the SWOT Analysis results. (Click here to watch this portion of the meeting.)
- Manager Patterson announced that she received flyers for the Fern Hollow Nature Center’s Summer Celebration. This event is free for all Aleppo Township Residents. What a great way to spend the day with the family! (Click here to watch this portion of the meeting.) (Click here to see the flyer for the date and time.)
Our next Legislative meeting will be on Monday, May 16, 2016 at 7:00 PM at the Township Building. If any of these issues are important to you, please feel free to join us and voice your opinion. If you cannot attend the meeting in person, please feel free to share your thoughts with me by email and I will be sure to convey your feelings to the other commissioners.
As always, thanks for making Aleppo a great place to live.
Aleppo Township Commissioner