The Express Times, current plans call for 263 trucking docks and 477 parking spaces.
In two days, over 250 area residents have signed an online petition opposed to any additional truck traffic spilling out into residential areas in Upper Nazareth and Nazareth. But the project is to be located in an area zoned general industrial, where warehouses are permitted by right.
Upper Nazareth's Planning Commission will review the plans on Thursday, Oct 11, at Upper Nazareth's Municipal Building.
Both candidates for State Rep. have already come out against the proposal.
Challenger Amy Wallace Cozze: "I live just over a mile from the site, and take the roads surrounding it to get my son to Lower Nazareth Elementary School. ... This is most certainly more than a local issue, there are aspects of this that allow for state level intervention. ... I look forward to not only supporting you, but to working along side of you to protect our community."
Incumbent Joe Emrick: "I stand with everyone now, just as I did last year to stop the proposed county prison at Gracedale. This is an issue that will be decided at the township level. As a result, that is where voices & concerns need to be heard and expressed the most."
My primary question at this point is whether this impacts wetlands.