The town hall meeting to discuss a Master Plan for the future of Holland has been rescheduled for Tuesday, Dec. 4.
The meeting, which was originally scheduled for Nov. 7 was cancelled because the county was under a winter weather advisory, and Township Manager Robert Pellegrino said the township wanted a good turnout for the meeting.
The town hall meeting will be a chance for the community to share opinions on the future of the Village of Holland. The meeting will be held at the township administration building so that the community can be a part of the conversation.
"Northampton Township is in the process of developing a Master Plan for the future of Holland," a press release from the township said. "This plan will tie together the viable key recommendations of previous initiatives and explore actions to be taken to strengthen the economic structure and physical appearance of Holland."
The township has transformed from a rural farming economy to a more modern suburb, the release explained. Traffic congestion, land use concerns and environmental constraints throughout Holland have caused the township to want to reevaluate the village.
The community is invited to the meeting, which will be held from 7 to 8 p.m., to share opinions on issues throughout the community and to offer insight on developing a vision for the future of the village.
For more information on the meeting, contact Michael Solomon, Director of Planning and Zoning at 215-357-6800 x.214 or by e-mail at email@example.com.