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Informational Meeting - Stoltz organization development proposals for Barley Mill Plaza, #20 Montchanin Road (The old Columbia Gas site), and Greenville Center  

 

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As your 2nd district County Councilman for the Second District, I invite you to attend an informational meeting regarding the Stoltz organization’s development proposals for Barley Mill Plaza, #20 Montchanin Road (The old Columbia Gas site) and the Greenville Center.  This meeting is a chance to answer your questions regarding these land use applications.

Where:         St. Joseph’s on the Brandywine
                         Family Center Hall
                        10 Old Church Road
                         Greenville, DE 19807
                         Phone: (302) 658-7017
When:           WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 2008
Time:            6:00 PM

Meeting location:Park in the parking area by the cemetery.  Look for the Family Center. Go through the double doors on the left to enter the meeting room.

Many of your friends and neighbors have asked me for details about the Stoltz organization plans for our area. In response, I have organized this informational meeting and invite all residents to attend. We will discuss the 3 Stoltz proposals in Greenville:

(1) Barley Mill Plaza: The Barley Mill Plaza proposal is to redevelop and remove the existing 1,012,149 square feet of gross floor area (GFA) and construct 2,940,000 GFA in a mixed use development of residential, office and commercial on 95.988 acres, in an OR (Office Regional) zoning district. 

(2) Old Columbia Gas site, 20 Montchanin Road: to add to the site a 36, 501 square foot medical building with associated parking. The proposed site would disturb mature specimen trees and would be sited overlooking Route 141 across from Hagley Museum. The plan requires New Castle County Council to approve a deed restriction change. Currently the deed restrictions prohibit any more construction on the site.

(3) Twelve story high rise addition to the Greenville Center: The New Castle County Land Use Department found the proposal to be “unacceptable”, adding that “this project cannot proceed as a Redevelopment Plan”. I will discuss the reasons for the County’s position and explore the developer’s options.

The timing of the community meeting on June 25 is necessitated by two factors: (1) the County Land Use Department will issue a formal response to the Barley Mill Plaza Preliminary Redevelopment Plan on June 24, and (2) the Barley Mill Plaza Preliminary Redevelopment Plan is scheduled for a Public Hearing before the New Castle County Planning Board and Land Use Department on Tuesday July 1 at 7 PM at the Gilliam Building, 77 Reads Way, New Castle Corporate Commons, New Castle, DE 19720. For directions, contact Mark Veasey, New Castle County Land Use Department [302-395-5510] or Louis Hinkle, aide to Councilman Weiner [302-395-8362].

I urge concerned residents to attend both the June 25 and July 1 meetings to express their concerns on the record.
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