The Palmyra Township (Pike) supervisors, August 1st, agreed to approve the Land Development Plan for the Pine Crest Marina storage facility parcel, as long as a list of conditions are met by the August 15th supervisors’ meeting.

PALMYRA TWP. (Pike) - The Palmyra Township (Pike) supervisors, August 1st, agreed to approve the Land Development Plan for the Pine Crest Marina storage facility parcel, as long as a list of conditions are met by the August 15th supervisors’ meeting.
These conditions include:

Highway Occupancy Permit needs to be received from PennDOT; Updated Access and Easement Road Agreement with adjoining property owners needs to be in place; Map showing all the changes that have been requested along the way – fencing, trees -  a complete final plan is needed; Sewage Planning Module, which is required by the PA Department of Environmental Protection.  This is complicated because there are two houses and the repair shop on the property. They have a couple ways they may be able to work it out but that has not happened yet; Performance Bond to be put in place for stormwater controls; Developers agreement which was drafted by Solicitor Anthony Waldron but Alternate Solicitor Anthony Magnotta requested a few modifications. In this matter, Magnotta is representing the Township, because Waldron is the legal counsel for the marina’s company, Samayam LLC, owned by Sam Shahar.
Pine Crest Marina’s storage facility is located on the east side of Route 507, opposite from the marina itself, and next to Tanglwood Lakes Association.


[See the Saturday print edition for more meeting items.]

Palmyra Township supervisors meet on the first and third Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the municipal offices off Gumbletown Road. The office may be reached at 570-226-2230; visit online at www.palmyrapike.org.