West Pikeland Township
Jennifer Dr Chester Springs PA 19425 - Chester County
The stretch of road on Rt. 113 between Gordon Dr & Davis Rd has become a "wanna-be" race car driver's dream. It's flat, straight & remains unpatroled. The problem is that the residents of Pickering Point, Liongate & Jennifer Drive must take their lives into their own hands will trying to enter or exit. Try turning into your Development @ 15-20 MPH while someone is on your rear-end going 55+...and I mean +
17 Lionville Station Rd Chester Springs, PA 19425, USA - Chester County
Two separate roads merge from Byers to Lionville Station Road and neither has a STOP or YIELD sign. I believe there used to be a STOP sign here, but it must have been removed or stolen. This is an accident waiting to happen.
782 Byers Rd Chester Springs, PA 19425, USA - Chester County
There was a large sink hole in this location for weeks. Recently, it looks like the pavement was cut out so that it could be filled. However, it still remains an open hole causing damage to any car that attempts to turn right on Eagle Farm Road.
1-99 Sycamore Ln Chester Springs, PA 19425, USA - Chester County
Gee, suoervisors promised after last year's fiasco, MORE ACCOUNTABILITY AND A DIFFERENCE.
It seems that those responses were meaningless. Halloween of 2011 was a major snowfall.
There was absolutely no effort or attempt to touch our street. It is now the end of January. We received about 4 inches of snow + ice.
Charlestown was plowed neatly and efficiently. Did I see one plow?
Where the heck are my tax dollars going? Open space? Give me a break!!!!
Supervisors, where are your priorities? People need to go to work safely.
You promised change. If that meant a change of contractors, so be it.
Still there is zero accountability.
Where is the change?
Something has got to change - on way or another
West Pikeland has high taxes, 2 state highways and all residential.
Our street has not been touched. Now it is frozen. There will be no mail because of your laziness AGAIN! IT IS UNSAFE.
THE ONLY THING THE TOWNSHIP SUPERVISORS EVER WORRY ABOUT IS 'yellow springs historic area' .
When does our money ever go for the residents, ie EFFECTIVE, RELIABLE plowing and police?
There have been 4 days notice prior to the storm-- ABSOLUTELY no excuse.