Toll Brothers has filed an appeal to the ruling earlier this month by a Court of Common Pleas judge that upheld the decision by Westtown Township’s supervisors to deny the developer a conditional use application to construct a 319-house subdivision at Crebilly Farm, writes Fran Maye for the Daily Local News.
Now, the court could order Toll Brothers to clarify its reason for appealing the decision. If that happens, the Court of Common Pleas would have 60 days to forward a record of all the testimony and exhibits to the board of supervisors of the Commonwealth Court.
The next step could be that the case would be argued before three judges, with each taking as much time as they need to issue their decision.
Neighbors for Crebilly, the group of residents fighting to preserve the property, said: “We want to send a message loud and clear that the neighbors in this area will stand up to over-developers and will take it to the highest court in order to preserve our quality of life and rights.”
Read more about the appeal in the Daily Local News here.