|Andrew Twiggar and Olga Negron|
Today, at 4 PM, the Charter School will be back before Bethlehem's Planning Commission. This is just a few days after Allentown's Planning Commission rubber-stamped Twiggar's own plans for a $250 waterfront development.
They gave their blessing despite some lingering traffic concerns - pretty big ones, it appears.
Twiggar hypocritically thinks traffic studies should apply to everyone else, just not to him and his partners.
Though he has been very generous to Bethlehem, donating the space for a sub police station, he is still a walking conflict of interest. He's a major developer who has every reason to steer development to his waterfront project in Allentown and away from Bethlehem. He himself stated he is looking for tenants.