Stoltz pulls Montchanin plan from Planning Board hearing - Community News
By Jesse Chadderdon
Posted Oct 06, 2008 @ 12:48 PM
Greenville, Del. —
A scheduled Planning Board hearing on a proposed 36,500-square-foot office building at the former Columbia Gas site in Greenville has been canceled.
The Planning Board hearing, scheduled for Tuesday October 7, 2008 at 7 p.m. at the Gilliam Building, will still be held, but the 20 Montchanin Road project will not be discussed.
The Stoltz Management Company announced it was being tabled Monday morning.
“We’re having ongoing conversations with the community and we expect those to continue, and while they do, it seemed to make the most sense to put off the hearing,” said Stoltz spokesman Tom Gailey.
Councilman Robert Weiner (R-Chatham), whose district includes the proposed project, said the Kennett Pike Association and the Hagley Foundation were both parties to deed restrictions that would prevent new construction on the site. He said he hoped the parties would have a productive dialogue about the proposal.
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