Representatives from Abington Township will hold a series of informal neighborhood meetings as part of its zoning ordinance review process.
The township’s zoning rewrite process has been in the works for the past few years.
“Prior to starting any formal process as prescribed by the Municipal Planning Code, the Abington Zoning Ordinance Committee decided to conduct four neighborhood meetings to present the proposed changes and give the public an opportunity to review the changes, ask questions and voice their opinions,” Abington Commissioner Steven Kline said in an email.
Here’s when the first two meetings are happening:
- Thursday, Jan. 23 at 7 p.m. at Roslyn Elementary School, in the school’s cafeteria
- Thursday, Jan. 30 at 7 p.m. at McKinley Elementary School, in the school’s cafeteria
There will also be meetings in February at the Edge Hill Fire Co. and at the township building; times will be released at a later date.
On hand to discuss any proposed changes will be Kline, Larry Matteo and Mark Penecale of the Abington Code Enforcement Department, and Michael Narcowich, principal planner of the of the Montgomery County Planning Commission.
Copies of the proposed zoning changes are available at the township building and online on the township website here.