a watchdog movement for preserving Lancaster County
photo credit: George Haskins
ATTENTION CONCERNED CITIZENS!
RESPECT FARMLAND is a citizens’ action group that formed out of concern for the ongoing loss of farmland in Lancaster County. We do not oppose all growth, but we serve as a watchdog group whose goal it is to inform citizens about development plans that could drastically harm the integrity of our county’s agricultural heritage, culture and economy.
Please join our Facebook Page where we alert members to inappropriate projects and discuss ways we can keep the rural lifestyle here alive and well.
We believe we can creatively and efficiently accommodate growth that enhances life in our community and avoids sprawl into rural areas. Many Lancastrians have been concerned, and now we have a place to rally. Together we can help guide this beautiful and historic county to a better future.
CALL TO ACTION!
VOICE YOUR CONCERNS ABOUT OREGON VILLAGE
click here for details about the Oregon Village Development Project
Your action is
THE VOTE WILL BE ANNOUNCED AT:
MEETING OF THE MANHEIM TOWNSHIP COMMISSIONERS
Manheim Township Municipal Building • 1840 Municipal Dr., Lancaster, Pa.
JUNE 24th, 2019 - 6 pm, early arrival advised
Or EMAIL THE COMMISSIONERS:
Albert B. Kling, Donna DiMeo, David R. Heck, Samuel M. Mecum, Thomas G. O'Brien