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The latest plan by Rock Hill Farm Acquisitions does not have a “qualified conservation organization” to hold a “perpetual conservation easement.” Without such a provision, the developer must have a conditional use approval. See Willistown Township regulation 139–152 (5). What conservation organization would endorse a plan such as presented?

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The latest plan by Rock Hill Farm Acquisitions does not avoid development in areas of scenic vista, nor does it place its lots beyond ridgelines as required by Willistown Township regulations 139–153.1 and 139–155.A and C. This plan is an insult to the community and a direct affront to the purpose and design standards for the Open Space Conservation District.

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The latest plan by Rock Hill Farm Acquisitions does not “protect and preserve prime agricultural land” or “continued viability of agricultural security areas and the continuity of development and viability of agricultural operations,” as required by Willistown Township regulations 139–150.H. This plan is a direct affront to the purpose and design standards for the Open Space Conservation District.

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The latest plan by Rock Hill Farm Acquisitions has not demonstrated that it preserves rural community character better than conventional development. See Willistown Township regulation 139–150. The plan is at least as bad as conventional development, four acre lots, if not worse.

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The latest plan by Rock Hill Farm Acquisitions does not achieve the objectives of the Township's Comprehensive Plan. The plan calls for open space preservation of Rock Hill Farm; instead this plan sites large houses on lots all around the periphery of the farm, in plain public view. See Willistown Township regulation 139–150.F. This plan is a direct assault on Willistown's Comprehensive Plan, on which hundreds of volunteer hours were spent creating a vision for this Township.

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