A rendezvous with density

A rendezvous with density

There are 1 comment on the Philadelphia Daily News story from Dec 10, 2006, titled A rendezvous with density. In it, Philadelphia Daily News reports that:

Robert Lukens is in a predicament. His mission, as executive director of a nonprofit that maintains Yellow Springs village in West Pikeland, is to safeguard the pre-Revolutionary War settlement from sprawl and ...

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Thomas Dodge

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#1 Jan 27, 2007
I live in California now, but I grew up in Chester Springs until I was 10 years old. Chester Springs has always been very special to me. I don't know how anyone would even consider doing anything to Yellow Springs at all. It is one of the most historical places around. It is bad enough that there are so many new houses in Chester Springs now, but any new developments should be put somewhere else. Leave Yellow Springs as it is.

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