John Mack - Newtown Supervisor


Here you can find a list of selected video clips from Newtown Township Board of Supervisors meetings, advisory committee meetings and other events of interest to Newtown residents. Click on the video name to view. [You can access ALL available videos here.]

Supervisors Approve Proposal for Revising Comprehensive Plan

Duration: 21 minutes

On October 23, 2019, Lisa Wolf and Jeremy Stoff, planners from the Bucks County Planning Commission, presented to the Newtown Board of Supervisors (BOS) an overview of their proposal to update the Newtown Area Joint Comprehensive Plan. The proposal was approved by the BOS after hearing comments form a resident.

View the video clip on Youtube here.

Supervisors Pass Resolution to Support Native Plants

Duration: 10 minutes

At the August 14, 2019, Newtown Board of Supervisors meeting at which Newtown Environmental Advisory Council member, George Skladany, and Allen Fidler, Chair of the Newtown Planning Commission, but speaking as an amateur horticulturist, comment on a resolution in support of the use of Native plants.

View the video clip on Youtube here.

Restaurants & Walkability in Village at Newtown

Duration: 4.5 minutes

At the May 22, 2019, Newtown Township Board of Supervisors Meeting, Mr. Joe Blackburn of Wisler Pearlstine, LLP, representing MOD Pizza, answered questions from Supervisor John Mack about outdoor restaurant seating and walkability as part of the overall plan for the Village at Newtown "Shopping" Center.

View the video clip on Youtube here.

UPDATE: PFAS in Newtown Water

Duration: 14.4 minutes

After the Newtown Artesian Water Company (NAWC) sent a letter to residents in February 2019, that PFAS Definition were detected in Newtown's water, Supervisor Mack requested that Mr. Angove return to report on the situation. Mr. Angove complied and presented the latest Q1 2019 test results at the May 8, 2019, Board of Supervisors public meeting.

View the video here.

Residents vs Roberts Ridge Park Meadow

Duration: 31.3 minutes

At the May 8, 2019, Newtown Township Board of Supervisors public meeting, several residents and Watershed Definition experts spoke out against the establishment of a "meadow" in Roberts Ridge Park as part of the township's Pollution Reduction Plan. Several objections were raised. The discussion resulted in the Township rethinking the plan for the park and mowing the meadow in the meantime. Other ideas were put forward to comply with PA Department of Environmental Protection regarding reduction of pollution of watersheds.

View the video here.

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