CWA Concept Plan & Letter to Residents

durkinfieldThe below documents have been made available for public download to help keep Brookhaven residents informed of the Chester Water Authority's proposed actions regarding their property at Edgemont Ave & Coebourn Boulevard.

Proposed Site/Concept Plan

Letter from Brookhaven Officials to Residents 7/13/2013




 July 11th, 2013

Dear Neighbors:

            Please be informed that Brookhaven Borough Council has postponed the presentation regarding the potential development of the Chester Water Authority property at the intersection of Edgmont Avenue and Coeburn Boulevard, originally scheduled for Council's workshop on July 22, 2013 to July 29, 2013 at 7 PM.  We made this decision for several reasons.  First and foremost, it came to our attention that the attorney and engineer representing the developer making the presentation will both be out of town on July 22.  We feel that its important that the developer's professionals be present with the developer to help answer your questions and hear your concerns.  Additionally, we feel that this is an important enough issue that it should be the sole focus of the evening, rather than being part of a regular workshop agenda.  Finally, we have asked the developer to provide a full sized plan illustrating its proposal, which when delivered will be available for the public to review at the Municipal Center.  We feel that with summer vacation schedules, the extra week is important to ensure that any resident who wishes to review the full sized plan has the opportunity to do so.   We will post the plan's availability on the Borough's website at when it is delivered.

            We look forward to hearing from those of you interested in the developer's proposal on July 29.  If you are unable to attend that evening and have any questions you would like addressed, please forward them to any member of Council or the Mayor, and we will make sure to ask them on that evening and inform you of the response.

Very truly yours,


Brookhaven Borough Council and

Mayor Michael Hess