A possible winter storm has caused the township to cancel a meeting to discuss a Master Plan for the future of the Village of Holland, according to a public notice posted on the township website by the township manager.
The township wants a good turnout, according to Township Manager Robert Pellegrino, and since Bucks County is under a winter weather advisory, the best solution was to cancel the meeting. The winter weather advisory comes with an expectation of 2 to 5 inches of snow accumulation.
The meeting, which was originally scheduled for Wednesday, Nov. 7 at 7 p.m. at the township building, was going to be an opportunity for the community to get involved in developing a Master Plan for the area along with the township and Buck County planning commissions.
The plan will tie together key recommendations from previous initiatives and explore actions to be taken to strengthen the economic structure and physical appearance of Holland, a press release about the meeting explained.
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.
For now, Pellegrino said there is no new date for the meeting.