Artifacts from last night’s Forwood Property Meeting

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Community Meeting Notice – Forwood School Parcel Development Plans

WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 2015

BRANDYWINE HUNDRED LIBRARY

1300 FOULK ROAD

MULTIPURPOSE ROOMS A and B

6:30 p.m.


 

Compliments of Bob Weiner, your County Councilman

“Making County Government Work for Us”

Council District 2, New Castle County, DE

Bob@bobweiner.com

Louis Hinkle, aide to Councilman Weiner: 302-395-8362

lhinkle@nccde.org

I am pleased to facilitate a community meeting on Wednesday, July 8, 2015 at 6:30 p.m. at the Brandywine Hundred Library on Foulk Road to discuss the Forwood Property located on Silverside Road.  The developer has been working closely with the Department of Land Use over the last several months regarding potential options and is now prepared to present a Plan to the community.  In our effort to keep you up to date on what is happening in our community, here is information about the proposed plan provided by the developer.

 

Developer Joe Setting, of Montchanin-based Setting Properties Inc., wants to develop the former Forwood School near Silverside and Marsh roads to make way for Branmar Commons, a 35-townhouse and commercial project. Plans for the 12-acre site call for three-story townhomes and five buildings with 30,000 square feet of retail, restaurants, bank coffee shop and a pharmacy. (See added information below)

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The proposed Branmar Commons is intended to be a pedestrian oriented, walkable village with a high quality architectural design.  It is comprised of a mixture of uses, including retail, a restaurant, a bank, a pharmacy, a coffee shop, and approximately 35 residential dwelling units, clustered around open space greens, on approximately 12 acres of land located along Silverside Road between the Shoppes of Graylyn and the Silverside Dairy Commercial Complex.  Reclaimed stone from the existing Forwood Schoolhouse will be repurposed into a small scale replica of the schoolhouse on the site to create an attractive focal point for the village.  The proposal would be to create a community that encourages its residents, as well as residents of the surrounding communities, to visit the village and spend a portion of their day there, enjoying and visiting (by foot) all of the amenities and benefits that the village will offer. The existing neighborhoods have been substantially buffered from the village with a combination of landscaping and natural vegetation. The buffer ranges from 60’ to 175’. All buildings will be setback a minimum of 100’ from the existing property line adjacent to the neighborhoods.  Plans for the proposal, including architectural drawings, will be presented at the scheduled community meeting.  A zoning change from the New Castle County Council will be required.

 

For additional information or questions, please contact our office at 302-395-8362.

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April is Fair Housing Month

House

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South Graylyn Crest is in storm mode

We are currently in storm mode and we are asking everyone to please move your cars off the street.  Josh has been given the OK to plow the streets in order to accommodate the rush hour traffic

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2015 Christmas Decoration Winners

Merry Christmas!

We’re pleased to announce the winners for this year’s decorating contest.

  • First Place – 1258 Faun Rd
  • Second Place – 1011 Crestover Rd
  • Third Place – 1016 Faun Rd

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Second

Third

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The South Graylyn Community Picnic has Been Rescheduled

The event will take place on Sunday, November 9th from 12:30pm until 3:30pm at Chatham Park. Can’t wait to see everyone there!

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Community Picnic Postponed Due to Weather

Neighbors,

Due to all the weather we’ve had over the past 12 hours we have decided to postpone the Community Picnic scheduled for today. We are working with our vendors to identify a rain date and will update everyone shortly with more details.

Thanks and stay dry,

Your SGCCA Board

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SGCCA Community Meeting

Come to the Brandywine Hundred Library on Monday 9/22 at 6pm for a meeting of the South Graylyn Crest Civic Association. We will be selecting officer positions and providing an update on the latest community happenings.

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SGCCA Dues have gone Digital

We are pleased to announce that South Graylyn residents now have another option for paying their annual civic association dues. The money raised is used to directly support work done within the community including: Snow Removal, Signage, Quarterly Newsletters, Online Presence, Street Lighting and great annual events such as: Christmas and Halloween judging, Community Picnics, Yard Sales, and more…

Payments can still be made via check made out to SGCCA and delivered to Pat Armbruster @ 1017 Faun Rd but you can now also pay via credit card or bank transfer using the link below or by going directly to Paypal.com and submitting your dues to dues@sgcca.org





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Learn more about Rodan + Fields with Sandy Coulter

Sandy Bielicki Coulter

Hey Neighbors, I recently started a new business with Rodan + Fields, a skincare company created by the same doctors who created Proactiv! What they did for acne they are now doing for other common skin issues such as sun damage, sensitive skin, acne (different formulation) and aging skin!!! The products deliver a noticeable improvement in your skin or your money back! All of our products come with a 60 day money back guarantee!!! If you would like to learn more about the products or if you are looking for extra income and want to learn about the business, I would love to talk to you. Contact me at sandycoulter@comcast.net and we can set up a time to talk!

 

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