to allow a mix of retail and residential development on the corner of Washington and Fort Couch Roads.
Some of commissioners expressed their support for the text amendment because it requires the developer to submit a master plan that must get approved by the planning commissioner and board of commissioners—giving the township some control of the development.
About 100 residents who were mainly against the rezoning attended the Oct. 3 hearing. Their main concerns were traffic, increased crime and the possibility of big box stores being built.
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