LIMERICK TOWNSHIP, PA — Two weeks after his revamped plan for a development featuring four-story buildings and higher densities met strong opposition from the township officials, Mark Quigley appears to have found a happy compromise.
“I appreciate you looking at it again,” Supervisor Kara Shuler said after Quigley presented his new plan at the July 16 supervisors’ meeting.
“I have to really commend you for the way you did this,” said supervisors’ Chairman Joseph St. Pedro. “You listened to us and you went back (and worked on it) and came back and presented to us … I have no problems with this.”
Originally, Quigley presented a development at the corner of Ridge and Swamp pikes consisting almost entirely of townhouses and commercial space. One of its big draws was that it would link Lewis Road with Swamp Pike.