Moore Township prepares for cell towers, medical marijuana

 

The Moore Township Supervisors approved two open space preservation applications at a meeting on Tuesday night.

The applications were presented to the board by the Moore Township Land and Environmental Protection Chairman Robert Romano.

The two applications were presented as the Fogel and Hager open space applications. The applications would ensure the preservation and conservation of the two pieces of land, according to Romano. Each piece of land is approximately 25 acres, Romano said.

The Fogel open space contains the Indian Creek which is a tributary to the Hokendauqua Creek, according to the board. Romano said that the preservation for the Fogel open space would cost $31,855. The Hager open space would cost approximately $30,000.

In addition to the land preservation applications, Romano also asked the board for signs to go up on the two 25 acre pieces of land to indicate their preservation. The board unanimously approved the signage.

In other business, the board also approved an ordinance that would set regulations on warehouse construction. Under these terms, warehouses would be limited to the industrial area of the township.