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Board of Supervisors Work Session
12/19/2017 6:00 PM

Work Session



The work session of the Buckingham Township Board of Supervisors was held December 19, 2017 in the Township Building, 4613 Hughesian Drive, Buckingham, Pennsylvania.


Present:         Maggie Rash                           Chairman

                        Paul Calderaio                         Vice-Chairman

                        Jon Forest                                Member

                        Dana S. Cozza                          Township Manager

                        Daniel Gray                              Township Engineer

                        Craig A. Smith, Esquire          Township Solicitor


Not Present:    John Ives                                 Bucks County Planning Commission

                           Tom Kelso                              Township Water/Wastewater Consultant


The work session commenced at 6:00 p.m. with Executive Session to discuss the potential purchase of a conservation easement on the Maximuck tract.


7:15 p.m. The work session continued with public session.


Pine Crest Farm (Fergusson), Township File SA 2010-03


Mr. Gray updated the Board with information that the Clark’s, who purchased Lot 2, have now purchased the remaining 3 lots on the parcel, including the existing farmhouse. He said they intend to convert the barn to recreation for family use and make other various improvements. Mr. Gray said they have been cleaning out the multiflora and buffer areas, and have met with the Landscape Review Consultant to discuss developing a comprehensive landscape plan for the buffer areas that have been left as an existing hedgerow.  As a result, in working with a landscape architect, the Clark’s may be requesting to adjust some easements and resource areas in the future.


Mr. Gray said the Clark’s have requested to install two light posts, rather than only one per driveway as was approved, at the end of the common drive onto Burnt House Hill, due to vandalization and damage to the existing wall. He said it will not be in a conservation area, and will be located out of the right-of-way. Mr. Forest noted it is a nice entrance and he has no problem with two lights as requested.


Mr. Gray said the Clark’s have also requested to remove a large maple tree which is between the old farmhouse driveways, and has made a request to PennDOT for a single driveway. He said the Landscape Review Consultant does not oppose removal of the maple tree, as it is on its last legs. 


Histand Tract (Sycamore Hollow Farm), Township File SA 2010-01


Mr. Gray said in talking with Ms. Corsini and Mr. Jones, property owners, they said there is a prospective purchaser who would like to rehabilitate the existing farmhouse on Lot 1 without building the new house that was shown on the Approved Plans. Ms. Corsini  asked if the purchasers are only maintaining the house, do they need to complete the stormwater management requirements for that lot. Mr. Gray explained each lot on the plan has individual stormwater management requirements. However Mr. Gray suggested if no additional impervious surface was to be added perhaps a revision to the plan approval may be considered, if they agree to maintain the building façade via the easement which was proposed at one time and add no additional impervious surfaces to the lot.


Mrs. Rash said that would be fantastic. Mr. Smith said the easement is drafted if they decide to proceed in this manner.


7:30 p.m. The Work Session was adjourned.



Approved by the Board of Supervisors on the 2nd day of January, 2018.

                                                                                                            Buckingham Township Board of Supervisors



                                                                                                            Maggie Rash, Chairman



                                                                                                          Paul Calderaio, Vice-Chairman



                                                                                                          Jon Forest, Member





Dana S. Cozza, Secretary


Minutes respectfully submitted by Lori Wicen.


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