That night, the township's board of supervisors are expected to rule on the preliminary plans for the proposed Morgantown Crossings shopping center.
Since the last township meeting, a meeting between representatives of the township's planning commission, supervisors, and the developer, Wolfson-Verrichia, has taken place to identify in a more comprehensive fashion areas that will be affected by the increase in traffic that would be generated by Morgantown Crossing. This report, according to the township, will be made public at Tuesday's meeting. It is a crucial part of the preliminary plan.
In the meantime, requests by Tri County Record for information on the type of store that Wal-Mart would locate in the shopping center have been refused by Wal-Mart's real estate department and have apparently been sidetracked in Wal-Mart's public relations department.
And, Wolfson-Verrichia has publicly stated that they will not talk to the media; only to the supervisors.
And, according to the township, Wal-Mart has apparently made no formal agreement to locate in the proposed Morgantown Crossings.
Looks like March 27 at 7:30 p.m. aat the Caernarvon/Berks township building in Morgantown, could develop into an interesting evening.