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BOARD POLICY ON PUBLIC PARTICIPATION

BOARD AGENDA

township of abington

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS Regular Public Meeting

A G E N D A September 12, 2019 7:30 PM Page 1 of 5

CALL TO ORDER

ROLL CALL MYERS, BRODSKY, ROTHMAN, DiPLACIDO, WINEGRAD, THOMPSON,

SCHREIBER, CARSWELL, SPIEGELMAN, VAHEY, GILLESPIE, ZAPPONE, BOWMAN, KLINE, LUKER

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

BOARD PRESIDENT ANNOUNCEMENTS PRESENTATIONS PUBLIC COMMENT ON AGENDA ITEMS CONSENT AGENDA

a.
Minutes Motion to approve the Minutes from the Board of Commissioners August 8,

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2019 Regular Meeting.

b.
PW-01-091219 Motion to approve a Memorandum of Understanding between PennDOT, DVRPC and Abington Township, Rockledge Borough, Lower Moreland Township and Bryn Athyn Borough for a Regional Traffic Signal Retiming Initiative along the Huntingdon Pike (SR 0232) Corridor.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:transportation, corridor, and traffic

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ACL-01-091219 Motion to approve the Land Development Plan for the replacement of the Woodland parking garage structure at the southeast corner of the intersection of Woodland Road and Highland Avenue.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:streets, development, Development, and parking

d.
ACL-02-091219 Motion to approve the Land Development Plan for 2907 Jefferson Avenue.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:development and Development

e.
PA-01-091219 Motion to authorize advertisement for members to be appointed to the Board

of Code Appeals.

Tagged Passions:appointments and advertising

f.
PA-02-091219 Motion to authorize advertisement of Ordinance 2169, Economic Development Corporation and approve the rate schedule for Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell Hippel LLP for legal services as attached.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:ordinance, legal, economic development, development, advertising, services, and Development

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A G E N D A September 12, 2019 7:30 PM Page 2 of 5

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PA-03-091219 Motion to award the Base Bid for the 2016 Growing Greener Project For Stormwater Management BMP Control Measures at Roychester Park and Evergreen Manor Park to Land Tech Enterprises, in the amount of 174,774.00 and to authorize utilizing MS4 program money from appropriated MS4 program funding; if necessary.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, funding, program, parks, and stormwater

h.
FC-01-091219 Motion to approve investments for the month of July 2019. It was noted that investments for the month totaled 245,000.00. Interest rate yield was 2.05 .

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FC-03-091219 Motion to approve the Clearing Fund, the Deferred Revenue/Expense activity and Petty Cash balances for the month of July as previously circulated to the Board. Clearing fund receipts and disbursements for the month of July 2019 were 27,786.21 and ( 22,749.00), respectively. Deferred Revenue/Expense receipts and disbursements for the month of July 2019 were 3.00 and ( 3,217.50) respectively.

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FC-04-091219 Motion to approve the Advance and Travel Expense activity for July 2019 as previously circulated to the Board. Advance and Travel Expense reports were 0.00 and 2,443.75 respectively. Seven-month expenses totaled 36,868.55.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:travel

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FC-05-091219 Motion to grant an extension of time to the construction contract until December 31, 2019 for the street reconstruction work in the 2200 block of Parkview Avenue.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:grant, construction, streets, and contract

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PENS-01-091219 Motion to adopt Resolution No. 19-025 recognizing that the Township's minimum municipal funding obligation for the calendar year 2020 with respect to the Municipal Non-Uniformed Employee, Police, and Non- Uniformed Employee Defined Contribution Plans, is 661,950, 2,779,007 and 140,000.00, respectively.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:funding, recognition, and public safety

township of abington

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS Regular Public Meeting

A G E N D A September 12, 2019 7:30 PM Page 3 of 5 UNFINISHED BUSINESS NEW BUSINESS PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE COMMISSIONER, LORI SCHREIBER, CHAIR

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a.
PS-01-091219 Motion to adopt Ordinance No. 2167, amending Chapter 156 - Vehicles and Traffic, Article II - Traffic Regulations, Section 9 - One-Way Highways Established, at Silver Avenue, Section 14 - Stop Intersections at Elizabeth Road, Oakhill Drive, Silver Avenue, Crater Avenue (North South), Norman Road, Kenmore Avenue and Article III - Parking Regulations, Sections 25 - Parking Prohibited at All Times; No Parking Between Signs; No Parking Here to Corner; Parking Prohibited Except Certain Hours; No Stopping or Standing, at Oakshade Road, Lindsay Lane (West and East), Rothley Avenue, Cricket Avenue, Section 28 - Special Purpose Parking Zones at 624 Roberts Avenue.

PUBLIC AFFAIRS COMMITTEE COMMISSIONER, JOHN SPIEGELMAN, CHAIR

Tagged Passions:regulation, ordinance, streets, traffic, and parking

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PA-04-091219 Motion to adopt Ordinance 2168, creating Chapter 64, Contractor Anti-Discrimination.

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Tagged Passions:ordinance and discrimination

FINANCE COMMITTEE COMMISSIONER, MATT VAHEY, VICE-CHAIR

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a.
Receive Treasurer's Report: Township Treasurer, Jay W. Blumenthal

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Tagged Passions:Treasurer and TREASURER

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FC-02-091219 Motion to approve the July expenditures, as previously circulated to the board, in the amount of 4,280,569.22 and salaries and wages in the amount of 2,031,009.42 and authorizing the proper officials to sign vouchers in payment of bills and contracts as they mature through the month of October 2019.

(Motion and Roll Call) PUBLIC COMMENT ADJOURNMENT

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township of abington

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS Regular Public Meeting

A G E N D A September 12, 2019 7:30 PM Page 4 of 5 BOARD POLICY ON AGENDA ITEMS For information Purposes Only Board President Announcements This item on the Board of Commissioners Agenda is reserved for the Board President to make announcements that are required under law for public disclosure, such as announcing executive sessions, or for matters of public notice. Public Comment Public Comment on Agenda Items is taken at the beginning of regularly scheduled Public Meetings prior to any votes being cast. When recognized by the presiding Officer, the commenter will have three minutes to comment on agenda items at this first public comment period. All other public comment(s) not specific to an agenda item, if any, are to be made near the end of the public meeting prior to adjournment. Public comment on agenda items at regularly scheduled Board of Commissioner Committee meetings will be after a matter has been moved and seconded and upon call of the Chair for public comment.

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Presentations Should the Board of Commissioners have an issue or entity that requires time to present an issue to the Board, that is more than an oral description relating to an agenda item under consideration, The Board may have that matter listed under Presentations. If nothing is listed under presentations, then there is no business to conduct in that manner.

Consent Agenda Items of business and matters listed under the Consent Agenda are considered to be routine and non-controversial and will be enacted by one motion and one vote. There will be no separate discussion of these items. If discussion is desired by Board of Commissioner Members, that item is to be identified by the Board member and will be identified and removed from the Consent Agenda, and will be considered separately at the appropriate place on the Agenda. Unfinished Business Items for consideration as unfinished business are matters that have been considered for action at a public Board Meeting and have not been tabled to a date certain or voted upon. New Business Items for consideration as new business are matters that have been considered for action at the Board Committee Meeting. It is Board practice to not introduce new business at Board Committee Meetings.
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township of abington

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS Regular Public Meeting

A G E N D A September 12, 2019 7:30 PM Page 5 of 5 BOARD POLICY ON PUBLIC PARTICIPATION For information Purposes Only The Township shall conduct business in accordance with the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Laws governing the conduct of public meetings and only establish guidelines that shall govern public participation at meetings consistent with the law. Each commenter shall: Direct their comments to the Presiding Officer;

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Speak from the podium or into a microphone designated by the presiding officer;

State their name for the record; Either orally or in writing provide their address for the record; Have a maximum of three minutes to make their comments. Each commenter when speaking to a specific agenda item, is to keep their comments relative to that identified agenda item;

Speak one time per agenda item;

When commenting on non-agenda items, the commenter is to keep their comments related to

matters of the Township of Abington, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.

State a question to the Presiding Officer after all commenters have spoken, and; Be seated after speaking or upon the request of the presiding officer; Not engage in debate, dialogue or discussion;

Not disrupt the public meeting, and;

Exercise restraint and sound judgement in avoiding the use of profane language, and the maligning

of others. CONSENT AGENDA COMMITTEE DATE AGENDA ITEM NUMBER DEPARTMENT AGENDA ITEM: PREVIOUS BOARD ACTIONS: RECOMMENDED BOARD ACTION: PUBLIC BID REQUIRED Yes No FISCAL IMPACT Yes No Cost > 10,000. Cost > Public Works

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Memorandum of Understanding by and between Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT), Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission (DVRPC) and Abington Township, Rockledge Borough, Lower Moreland Township and Bryn Athyn Borough for a Regional Traffic Signal Retiming Initiative along the Huntingdon Pike (SR 0232) Corridor

Recently, PennDot District 6-0 identified the Huntingdon Pike (SR 0232) Corridor from Church Road-Robbins Avenue in Rockledge Borough to S. Byberry Road in Lower Moreland Township as a candidate for a Retiming Initiative. A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between all entities is required to be signed stating a willingness to participate in the retiming effort. The Concept of Operations (ConOps) attached to the MOU sets forth the roles, responsibilities, and procedures to improve the management of traffic operation and establishes procedures to improve, implement and manage day to day traffic signal operations on Huntingdon Pike. These improvements are designed to enhance mobility through key corridors identified by PennDOT, DVRPC and the Regional Transportation Operations Master Plan. Implementation of the improvements are anticipated to improve overall traffic flow and reduce traffic congestion. Motion to approve a Memorandum of Understanding between PennDOT, DVRPC and Abington Township, Rockledge Borough, Lower Moreland Township and Bryn Athyn Borough for a Regional Traffic Signal Retiming Initiative along the Huntingdon Pike (SR 0232) Corridor. PUBLIC WORKS AGENDA ITEM [l] 20,100 [l] EXECUTWE SUMMARY:
Tagged Passions:planning, boards and commissions, streets, transportation, procedure, church, Public Works, public works, corridor, and traffic

township of abington

Agenda Item Number: DATE INTRODUCED: Fiscal Impact AMOUNT: FUND: FISCAL IMPACT: YES NO SUMMARY ANALYSIS FISCAL NOTE PW-01-091219 August 26, 2019 This cost of completing the signal timing (design and implementation) is the sole responsibility of PennDOT. Should the project identify improvements to movement, sequence or phasing at intersections included in the retiming effort requiring modification(s) to existing equipment or requiring the installation of new equipment to be installed, PennDOT will provide said information to the municipality. The decision to make the identified improvements and any required equipment modifications or installations shall be at the sole discretion of the Permittee. Should the municipality exercise the its sole discretion to implement the identified improvements, the costs identified for the improvements are the sole responsibility of the municipality.
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All of the identified intersections in Abington Township were upgraded in 2009. Therefore, we do not foresee PennDOT identifying any improvments for equipment modifications or new installations. The Old York Road corridor underwent a retiming initiative approximately three (3) years ago at no cost to the township.

AGENDA ]'flEM NUMIBEIR lFISCAL ]MPACT AMQl[JI\IT: lFISCAL ]MPACT SUMMARY AJ JAJL YS][S DA'flE INTRODUCIED: lFUND: flSCAL IMPACT Cmt > 10,000. Ye Noll]
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1176 Old York Road I Abington, Penmylvania 19001 I Phane: (267) 536-lOClO I -.abington.org

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MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING BY AND BETWEEN

ROCKLEDGE BOROUGH ABINGTON TOWNSHIP

LOWER MORELAND TOWNSHIP BRYN ATHYN

(MUNICIPALITIES) And Pennsylvania Department of Transportation. Engineering District 6-0 Date WHEREAS, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (DEPARTMENT) and the MUNICIPALITIES share a common interest in facilitating the safe and efficient management of traffic flow along state and locally-owned roadways including the Huntingdon Pike (SR 0232) corridor at the intersections listed in the District 6-0 Regional Signal Retiming Initiative Concept of Operations (ConOps) day-to-day operations; and, WHEREAS, the DEPARTMENT, the Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission

Tagged Passions:planning, boards and commissions, transportation, procedure, corridor, and traffic

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NOW, THEREFORE, the DEPARTMENT and MUNICIPALITIES will follow the roles, responsibilities, and procedures specified in the District 6-0 Regional Signal Retiming Initiative ConOps, attached to the Memorandum.

I. General Provisions A. This Memorandum is not intended to and does not create any contractual
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rights or obligations between the signatories.

B. The ConOps which this Memorandum implements may be amended or modified at any time upon the written consent of the parties. C. In case the MUNICIPALITIES in the Huntingdon Pike (SR 0232) (ROUTES) Corridors do not agree to execute a memorandum with the DEPARTMENT, the DEPARTMENT and MUNICIPALITIES will mutually decide in writing whether to follow the roles, responsibilities, and procedures set forth in the ConOps or terminate the Memorandum. D. All parties to this Memorandum will communicate fully and openly with each other in order to resolve any problems that may arise in the fulfillment of the terms of this Memorandum.

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AND NOW, this _day of __ , 2019, the parties hereby acknowledge the foregoing as the terms and conditions of their understanding.

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SIGNATURE PAGE: LOWER MORELAND TOWNSHIP

PennDOT District 6-0 Executive

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Christopher R. Hoffman Township Manager

SIGNATURE PAGE: BRYN ATHYN
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PennDOT District 6-0 Executive

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Victoria S. Trost Manager/Secretary/Treasurer

SIGNATURE PAGE: ROCKLEDGE BOROUGH

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PennDOT District 6-0 Executive

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Grace Metzinger Borough Manager

SIGNATURE PAGE: ABINGTON TOWNSHIP
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PennDOT District 6-0 Executive

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Richard J. Manfredi Township Manager

District 6-0 Regional Signal Retiming Initiative Concept of Operations Huntingdon Pike CSR 02a21
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Scope

The purpose of this document is to enable implementation of signal retiming and related improvements to designated District 6-0 corridors. These improvements are designed to enhance mobility through key corridors identified by PennDOT, DVRPC and the Regional Transportation Operations Master Plan. All signal retiming and related work at selected intersections on Huntingdon Pike (SR 0232) will be completed as described in this Concept of Operations (ConOps). This ConOps documents procedures to implement traffic signal timings on Huntingdon Pike (SR 0232) during day-to-day operations including specific signal timing programs for peak hour, weekend, event, and emergency operations. Specifically, it documents roles, responsibilities, and procedures, as agreed to by all parties, to facilitate the PennDOT Regional Signal Retiming Initiative (RSRI) project. Initial focus will be on implementing signal timing changes for day-to-day operations. Enhancements to this ConOps, including more robust operational procedures and other types of emergency situations, may be implemented as surveillance coverage expands and additional signals are brought under PennDOT control.
Tagged Passions:transportation, procedure, events, program, emergency, corridor, surveillance, and traffic

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Referenced Documents

The following documents are referenced as addendums to this ConOps:

Contact names and phone numbers Intersection permit plans (24) Traffic Signal System Permit Plan (3)

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Current Situation 3.1 Background

The Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) recommends that traffic signal timing should be reviewed every three to five years and more often if there are significant changes in traffic volumes or roadway conditions. 1
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FHWA Traffic Signal Timing Manual. FHWA-HOP-08-024. June 2008. http://ops.fhwa.dot.gov/publications/fhwahop08024/fhwa hop 08 024.pdf

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The key corridors to be assessed as part of the Regional Signal Retiming Initiative have been selected due to increased development and demand, changing land use patterns, and/or signal delay across the and the intersection or corridor level.

Traffic congestion on SR 0232 is recurring with predictable delays during peak commute hours. The system is currently operating with several closed loop and isolated intersections. The SR 0232 cross section varies. Land use on the corridor includes retail, commercial and residential uses. The SR 0232 project corridors currently include two signals in Rockledge Borough, ten signals in Abington Township, ten signals in Lower Moreland Township and two signals in Bryn Athyn. The following signals are included within this project:

Tagged Passions:development, Development, commercial, corridor, and traffic

1.
Huntingdon Pike Church Rd-Robbins Ave (permit no 1118), Montgomery County, Rockledge Borough

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2.
Huntingdon Pike Sylvania Rd (permit no 1648), Montgomery County, Rockledge Borough

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3.
Huntingdon Pike Fox Chase Rd-Shady Ln (permit no 1699), Montgomery County, Abington Township

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4.
Huntingdon Pike Pasadena Ave (permit no 2108), Montgomery County, Abington Township

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5.
Huntingdon Pike Cedar Rd-Rockledge Ave (permit no 0969), Montgomery County, Abington Township

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6.
Huntingdon Pike Susquehanna Rd (permit no 1700), Montgomery County, Abington Township

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Huntingdon Pike Rydal Elementary School (permit no 0975), Montgomery County, Abington Township

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Huntingdon Pike Meetinghouse Rd-Harpers Ln (permit no 0980), Montgomery County, Abington Township

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Huntingdon Pike Moredon Rd (permit no 1459), Montgomery County, Abington Township

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10.
Huntingdon Pike Redeemer Village (permit no 2578), Montgomery County, Abington Township

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Huntingdon Pike Holy Redeemer Hospital Access (permit no 1821), Montgomery County, Abington Township

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Huntingdon Pike Meadowbrook Apartments Access (permit no 1454), Montgomery County, Abington Township

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Huntingdon Pike Moreland Rd (permit no 1832), Montgomery County, Lower Moreland Township

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Huntingdon Pike Welsh Road (permit no 1913), Montgomery County, Lower Moreland Township

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Huntingdon Pike Chestnut St (permit no 1834), Montgomery County, Lower Moreland Township

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Huntingdon Pike Welsh Rd-Philmont Ave (permit no 0386), Montgomery County, Lower Moreland Township

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Huntingdon Pike Fetters Mill Rd-Red Lion Rd (permit no 0368), Montgomery County, Lower Moreland Township

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Huntingdon Pike Tomlinson Rd (permit no 2439), Montgomery County, Bryn Athyn

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19. Huntingdon Pike Cathedral Rd-College Dr (permit no 0122), Montgomery County, Bryn Athyn

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Huntingdon Pike Byberry Rd (permit no 0257), Montgomery County, Lower Moreland Township

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21.
Welsh Rd Valley Rd (permit no 0163), Montgomery County, Lower Moreland Township

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Welsh Rd Moreland Business Park Access (permit no 1623), Montgomery County, Lower Moreland Township

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Welsh Rd Terwood Rd (permit no 2321 ), Montgomery County, Lower Moreland Township

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Welsh Rd Carson Terrace-Walton Rd (permit no 2044), Montgomery County, Lower Moreland Township

The following traffic signal system permits apply to this project:

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PennDOT System Permits System File 1-0235 2. PennDOT System Permits System File 1-0189 3. PennDOT System Permits System File 1-0082

3.2 Proposed Changes Under the Regional Signal Retiming Initiative (RSRI), PennDOT, through staff at the District Traffic Unit and/or a consultant team, will make improvements based on existing traffic data, observed conditions and input from stakeholders, including the involved Municipally. Prior to initiating the RSRI project, the corridor signals will be subject to a rapid field assessment, in which PennDOT, and/or its consultant team, will verify that signal equipment at involved intersections is operating with no major maintenance, operational, or communication issues. The MUNICIPALITIES agree to give PennDOT and its consultant team free access to on-street and off-street (central system) equipment during the retiming effort. Inspection of controller operations will be limited to a visual inspection.

Tagged Passions:equipment, streets, transportation, services, communications, Communications, corridor, and traffic

Penn DOT, through its consultant team, will perform necessary analysis using existing signal timing plans, traffic modeling files, as well as appropriate data collection. PennDOT, through its consultant team, may conduct manual turning movement counts, automatic (24-hour traffic counts), Bluetooth (MAC address) data monitoring, s peed /delay runs on the project corridor and other data collection to facilitate new timing plans. Clearance interval, volume-density and pedestrian intervals will be recalculated and revised as necessary to meet current PennDOT standards.

Upon development of new timing plans for the corridor, the consultant team shall provide proposed timings to PennDOT District 6-0 and the MUNICIPALITIES. The proposed timings will not be presented on a formal plan, rather in memorandum format. Proposed clearance intervals and pedestrian timings will comply with PennDOT/FHWA standards. The consultant team will organize a meeting with the MUNICIPALITIES and PennDOT and will fully explain the proposed timing plans. Upon concurrence with the proposed timing plans, they will be implemented by PennDOT through the consultant team. Timing will be implemented at no cost to the MUNICIPALITIES, and during off peak hours on the corridor (10 AM to 3 PM). Timings
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will be implemented via keyboard entry at individual controllers, or via Direct Connect using appropriate software and portable computers. The PennDOT consultant team will notify the MUNICIPALITIES of the implementation of new timing, and the MUNICIPALITIES may observe the implementation of new timing plans. After new timings are implemented, PennDOT and the MUNICIPALITIES will observe and evaluate changes in traffic patterns to deter mi n e if further adjustments may be warranted. Additional changes to system timing will most likely be necessary to refine the timing plans. The MUNICIPALITIES agree to allow implementation of refined timings as necessary to refine system measures of effectiveness. It is expected that the implementation/refinement stage of the process will take no longer than two (2) weeks.

Once a satisfactory retiming solution has developed, PennDOT will submit updated Signal Permit/System Plans to the MUNICIPALITIES. The MUNICIPALITIES will maintain and operate signals as approved on the Permit/System Plans. PennDOT reserves the right to revisit the project corridor to observe special traffic conditions (for example, Christmas shopping rush) and further refine system timing. The MUNICIPALITIES agree to allow PennDOT and its consultant team to access corridor controllers, master controllers and system software as necessary to facilitate further system refinements, at any or all times with prior notice to the MUNICIPALITIES.
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3.3 Benefits and Institutional Impacts Implementations of improved traffic signal timings on SR 0232 are anticipated to improve overall traffic flow and reduce traffic congestion. Transit vehicles should experience more reliable service, as congestion and delay are minimized. There may be detrimental impacts to side street traffic as the cycle length along SR 0232 is increased and their percent of green time is diminished. Additional studies may be necessary to evaluate if any side streets are unduly impacted, and adjustments will be made. In addition, pedestrian, clearance interval and volume density timing updates may provide for increased safety on the project corridor.

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Signal Retiming Operational Scenario This section outlines the general procedures that occur when the traffic signal retiming initiative occurs.

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PennDOT and MUNICIPALITIES meet to discuss the scope and approach to improve the designated corridor and specified intersections. PennDOT, and/or its consultant team, working with the MUNICIPALITIES, will verify that the signal equipment is in working order with no major maintenance, operational or communication issues (rapid field assessment). PennDOT, and/or the PennDOT consultant team, will conduct a visual inspection of equipment located in the controller cabinet. If a terminal signal deficiency issue is discovered in the rapid field assessment, for example: detector, controller, or communications failure, the PennDOT team will discontinue the project until the signal equipment has been repaired. If the signal equipment is operational in 30 days, the PennDOT team will continue the retiming effort as described in this ConOps.

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During the rapid field assessment, if other intersection conditions do not comply with the permit plan but do not inhibit the retiming, PennDOT will issue a memo listing deficiency to the MUNICIPALITIES. These deficiencies, for example: signing

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and pavement marking issues are to be addressed by the MUNICIPALITIES in accordance with the existing permit plan and/or other existing agreements with PennDOT.

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MUNICIPALITIES will agree to maintain existing signal equipment in a state of good repair through the duration of the RSRI, as required in the traffic signal/system permits issued by PennDOT for the signals.

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Penn DOT and/or its consultant team will analyze existing data from the corridor and intersections and develop before data and a plan for signal retimings.

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Prior to the implementation of the new timing the PennDOT consultant team will conduct a meeting with the MUNICIPALITIES and PennDOT Traffic Unit. Preliminary timing plans will not be presented on formal plans, but both the MUNICIPALITIES and PennDOT District 6-0 will be fully briefed on the proposed changes. The proposed timing changes will be summarized in a memorandum format, written in layman's terms where possible.

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The PennDOT consultant team will make signal timing adjustments in the field at no cost to the MUNICIPALITIES. The timing plans will be implemented during off- peak times on the corridors (10 AM to 2 PM). The Municipal and/or Penn DOT computer system may be used for implementation, and the MUNICIPALITIES will be given an opportunity to observe/participate in the implementation. These improvements may include the addition of specific timing plans for peak hour, weekend, school zone, and event operations. MUNICIPALITIES, PennDOT, and the consultant team will observe traffic conditions after signal timing adjustments and other improvements. Minor adjustments will be identified, implemented and documented via email between the consultant team, MUNICIPALITIES and PennDOT. PennDOT/Municipal concurrence with the minor adjustments is required prior to finalization of the project. The refinement period is expected to be an iterative process, with the goal of providing optimal signal timing for the corridor. The refinement period is expected is expected to last no more than two (2) weeks.

7. Penn DOT, the consultant team and the MUNICIPALITIES will determine if additional signal retiming adjustments are needed through observation, collection of after'' data, and/or through software modeling. If needed, the PennDOT consultant team will implement signal timing adjustments. If PennDOT is implementing timing, the MUNICIPALITIES will be made aware of any adjustments via email.
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Once timing updates are satisfactory to PennDOT, involved MUNICIPALITIES and the consultant team, the signal permits will be updated according to reflect updated conditions. Field conditions will be documented by memorandum, documenting improvements to measures of effectiveness on the corridor. MUNICIPALITIES will return to typical operations but will maintain the signal improvements from the Regional Signal Retiming Initiative.

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The cost of completing the signal timing (design and implementation) is the sole responsibility of PennDOT. Should the project identify improvements to movement, sequence or phasing at intersections included in the retiming effort requiring modification(s) to existing equipment or requiring the installation of new equipment to be installed, PennDOT will provide said information to the MUNICIPALITIES. The

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decision to make the identified improvements and any required equipment modification(s) or installation(s) shall be at the sole discretion of the Permittee. PennDOT will be provided an opportunity to discuss the advantages of the identified improvements. Should the MUNICIPALITIES exercise its sole discretion to implement the identified improvements, the costs identified for the improvement(s) are the sole responsibility of the MUNICIPALITIES. The MUNICIPALITIES shall have a two (2) week window in which to advise PennDOT on implementation of identified improvements requiring capital expense, else the timing plans will be developed assuming existing movements, phasing and intervals. Penn DOT will not force any suggested improvements associated with the retiming effort on the MUNICIPALITIES by revising a valid traffic signal permit at a project intersection. In addition, costs associated with permit compliance issues identified by PennDOT during the retiming effort are the sole responsibility of the Permittee. The RSRI will commence at the signing of the MOU and will conclude one year following implementation of updated (initial) timing. The MUNICIPALITIES may forward comments/observations on operation. The Department, may, at its discretion and assuming availability of funds, further study conditions on the corridor to address seasonal variations on the corridor.

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Concept for Future Operations

After the Regional Signal Retiming Initiative is completed, the traffic signals will operate, under municipal control, as specified in the updated signal and system permits and in accordance with PennDOT Publication 191. Any modifications to signal timings should be approved by PennDOT. The MUNICIPALITIES should reassess signal timings at a minimum of every 3 to 5 years as recommended by PennDOT and FHWA. Future retimings are not included as a part of the RSRI.
Tagged Passions:transportation and traffic

Major development which influences the corridor should trigger a reassessment of corridor signal timings. This work will be completed by the developer and/or the MUNICIPALITIES.

No additional detail provided

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SIGNAL TIMING PROJECT CONTACT LIST:

Kevin Lewis, P .E. Traffic Signals Supervisor - Montgomery County PA Department of Transportation Engineering District 6-0 7000 Geerdes Boulevard King of Prussia, PA 19406 Phone: 610-205-6689 Fax: 610-205-6598 kevlewis@pa.gov

Tagged Passions:streets, transportation, and traffic

Ashwin B. Patel, P.E. District 6-0 Traffic Engineer PA Department of Transportation Engineering District 6-0 7000 Geerdes Boulevard King of Prussia, PA 19406 Phone: 610-205-6567 Fax: 610-205-6598 ashpatel@pa.gov

Tagged Passions:streets, transportation, and traffic

David L. Adams, PE District 6-0 Traffic Engineer PA Department of Transportation Engineering District 6-0 7000 Geerdes Boulevard King of Prussia, PA 19406 Phone: 610-205-6576 Fax: 610-205-6598 davidadams@pa.gov

Paul Carafides Transportation Planner, Office of Transportation Operations Management Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission 190 N. Independence Mall West, 8th Floor Philadelphia, PA 19106 Phone: 215-238-2896 Fax: 215-592-9125 pcarafides@dvrpc.org

Tagged Passions:planning, boards and commissions, streets, transportation, and traffic

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MUNICIPALITIES CONTACT INFORMATION:

LOWER MORELAND TOWNSHIP Christopher R. Hoffman Township Manager 640 Red Lion Road Huntingdon Valley, PA 19006 (215) 947-3100 choffman@lower-moreland.org ROCKLEQGEBOROUGH Grace Metzinger Township Manager Huntingdon Pike Rockledge, PA 19046 (215) 379-8572 gmetzinger@rockledgeborough.org BRYN ATHYN

Tagged Passions:streets and manager

Victoria S. Trost Manager/Secretary/Treasurer 2835 Buck Road Bryn Athyn, PA (215) 947-9889 manager@brynathynboro.org

ABINGTON TOWNSHIP Richard J. Manfredi Township Manager 1176 Old York Road Abington PA 19001 (267) 536-1000 rmanfredi@abington.org
Tagged Passions:streets, Treasurer, manager, and TREASURER

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PENNPOT CONSULTANT TEAM:

John Albeck, PE, PTOE Senior Project Manager Albeck Gerken, Inc. 6519 N. 159th Avenue Circle Omaha, NE 68116 Phone: 402-578-8625 Mobile: 402-578-8625 jalbeck@albeckgerken.com Brian Jatzke, PE, PTOE Traffic Operations Engineer Albeck Gerken, Inc. 225 Wilmington-West Chester Pike, Suite 200 Chadds Ford, PA 19317 Phone: 610 486-5763 Mobile: 757 414-4116 bjatzke@albeckgerken.com

Tagged Passions:services, manager, and traffic

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PENNPOT CONSULTANT TEAM:

John Albeck, PE, PTOE Senior Project Manager Albeck Gerken, Inc. 6519 N. 159th Avenue Circle Omaha, NE 68116 Phone: 402-578-8625 Mobile: 402-578-8625 jalbeck@albeckgerken.com Brian Jatzke, PE, PTOE Traffic Operations Engineer Albeck Gerken, Inc. 225 Wilmington-West Chester Pike, Suite 200 Chadds Ford, PA 19317 Phone: 610 486-5763 Mobile: 757 414-4116 bjatzke@albeckgerken.com

Tagged Passions:services, manager, and traffic

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*(1' ,7(0 DATE AGENDA ITEM NUMBER DEPARTMENT AGENDA ITEM: (;( 87,9( 6800 5< PREVIOUS BOARD ACTIONS: RECOMMENDED BOARD ACTION: PUBLIC BID REQUIRED Yes No FISCAL IMPACT Yes No Cost > 10,000. Cost > Engineering and Code Land Development Application LD-19-03, Abington/Jefferson Health Systems, 1200 Old York Road, Abington, PA 19001 Applicant is proposing to replace the existing Woodland parking garage located at their campus at 1200 Old York Road. The project consists of the construction of a new 20,280+/- square foot 5-story parking garage to replace the current structure, as well as the supporting infrastructure. A proposed slow release basin will be utilized to meet the stormwater management requirements. Landscaping is also proposed.

Tagged Passions:rfp, RFP, health, construction, streets, development, Development, parking, and stormwater

Planning Commission recommended approval of Abington/Jefferson Health Systems Land Development Application at their regularly scheduled meeting on July 23, 2019.

The Shade Tree Commission reviewed the proposed Landscape Plan at their regularly scheduled meeting on June 12, 2019. Consider the Land Development Plan for the replacement of the Woodland parking garage structure at the southeast corner of the intersection of Woodland Road and Highland Avenue. AN EMPLOYEE OWNED COMPANY
Tagged Passions:planning, health, boards and commissions, streets, development, trees, Development, buildings and grounds, and parking

Mr. Richard Manfredi, Manager Abington Township 1176 Old York Road Abington, PA 19001

No additional detail provided

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Boucher James, Inc. CONSU LT ING ENG I NEERS

Founlainville Professional Building 1456 Ferry Raad, Building 500 Doyleslown, PA 18901 215-345-9400 Fax 215-345-9401 2756 Rimrack Drive S1roudsburg, PA 1 B360 570-629-030D fax 570-629-D306 MaUing:

Tagged Passions:Public Transit, ferry, and FERRY

P.O. Box699 Borlansville, PA 18321

No additional detail provided

559 Main Slreel, Suile. 230 Bethlehem, PA 1 BO l8 610-419-9407 Fox 610.419-9408

w-.hjengineers.cnm SUBJECT: ABINGTON HOSPITAL WOODLAND ROAD PARKING GARAGE 1200 OLD YORK ROAD FINAL LAND DEVELOPMENT PLAN REVIEW NO. 2 ABINGTON TOWNSHIP, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA PROJECT NO. 1926008R Dear Mr. Manfredi:

Tagged Passions:hospital, streets, development, healthcare, Development, and parking

Pursuant to the Township's request, we have completed our second review of the Final Land Development Plan Application for the Abington Hospital Woodland Road Parking Garage. The submitted information consists of the following items.

Response letter prepared by Pennoni Associates, Inc., dated July 10, 2019. Waiver Request letter prepared by Pennoni Associates, Inc., dated July 10, 2019. Stormwater Management Narrative prepared by Pennoni Associates, Inc., dated March 29, 2019, revised July 10,2019. Erosion and Sediment Control Narrative prepared by Pennoni Associates, Inc., dated July 10,
Tagged Passions:hospital, streets, development, healthcare, Development, parking, and stormwater

2019. Final Land Development Plan, Abington Hospital Parking Garage (13 Sheets), prepared by

Pennoni Associates, Inc., revised July 10, 2019. Erosion and Sedimentation Control Plan (4 sheets) prepared by Pennoni Associates, Inc., dated March 1, 2019, revised July 10, 2019. Post Construction Stormwater Management Plan (1 sheet) prepared by Pennoni Assoc (es, Inc., dated January 18, 2019. / _ Architectural Plans prepared by Ewing Cole, dated July 3, 2019. / --'\ >-- BACKGROUND INFORMATION '-?4 _ )' ,, 1 1 The Owner/Developer, Abington- efferson Health, i proposing a land_,.:::; e.pyt-6 its._,,/ I propertylocat d at 1200 Old YorkRo_ad. The property is bordered byOl Wr : t , 1 to the east, Keith Road to the north, Highland Avenue to the west and ac Av n ?tthe south.;,\l ' The proposed development is located at the southern comer of the,i_nJ t: ti of _ jhh - A j tfu _ \' ,. and Woodland Road. ./'Z\ - '-
Tagged Passions:health, construction, hospital, streets, development, healthcare, Development, property, parking, and stormwater

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Mr. Richard Manfredi, Manager Abington Township July 17, 2019 Page 2 of 6

The existing property is located within the CS, Community Service Zoning District. The existing property has a total lot area of 18.247 acres and consists of the Abington Hospital complex. The proposed land development consists of the demolition of an existing parking garage and the construction of a 5-story parking garage. The existing access from Highland Avenue to the proposed garage will be reconstructed and landscaping will be provided along Highland A venue. Stormwater management is also proposed.

Tagged Passions:construction, hospital, development, zoning, healthcare, Development, property, demolition, manager, parking, and stormwater

Based on our review of the above information and our previous review letter dated May 13, 2019, we offer the following comments and/or recommendations for your consideration.

SUBDIVISION AND LAND DEVELOPMENT ORDINANCE COMMENTS
Tagged Passions:ordinance, development, subdivision, and Development

1.
In accordance with Sections 146-11.A.(3) and 146-11.B.(l), a complete boundary survey, showing all courses, distances, areas and tie-ins to all adjacent street intersections shall be provided. It is noted that an aerial photograph showing the property boundary with metes and bounds is provided, and that the plan notes the boundary was taken from a plan prepared by others. (Previous Comment 2) WaiversfromSections 146-11.A.(3) and 146- 11.B.(1) are requested. The request indicates the proposed improvements are located on a previously developed area within the overall property's boundary.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:streets and property

2.
In accordance with Sections 146-11.A.(7), 146-11.D.(4), and 146-32.B, an indication that the elevations are based upon the sanitary sewer datum of Abington Township shall be provided. A topographic survey was performed, and the vertical datum is based on NA VD 88. (Previous Comment 4) Waivers from Sections 146-11.A.(7), 146-11.D.(4), and 146- 32.B are requested.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:sewer, utility, and Utility

3.
In accordance with Section 146-11.B.(6), the location, size, ownership, and purpose of all rights-of-way and easements located within the property boundaries must be provided on the plan. (New Comment) A waiver from Section 146-11.B.(6) is requested. The request indicates relevant information is provided in the area of the proposed improvements.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:property and easement

4.
In accordance with Sections 146-11.F.( 4)(a)[5], l 46-l 1.F.(4)(b), and 146-33.B.(1), profiles of the proposed storm sewer must be provided on the plan, and conveyance calculations must be submitted. (Previous Comment 9) The following comments are related to our review of the Utility Plan (Sheet 7), Profiles (Sheet 9), and the Storm Sewer Computations. The plans and/or calculations must be revised accordingly.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:sewer, utility, and Utility

a.
The invert out at HW-1 shown in the Existing Storm Inlet to OS-1 profile is higher than the upslope invert at OS-1. In a,t,lition, HW-1, located between OS- 1 and the existing inlet, must be shown and labeled in plan view.

No additional detail provided

b.
The upper end and lower end invert elevations of storm run 1-2 to HW-1, and the lower end invert elevation of storm run 1-1 to 1-2 listed in the Storm Sewer Computations are inconsistent with those shown on Sheets 7 and 9. In addition,

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:sewer, utility, and Utility

Mr. Richard Manfredi, Manager Abington Township July 17, 2019 Page 3 of 6

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:manager

the upper end and lower end invert elevations for RD-2 to HW-3 (MH-1 to HW- 3) and/or RD-1 to HW-2 listed in the Storm Sewer Computations are inconsistent with those shown on Sheets 7 and 9.

Tagged Passions:sewer, utility, and Utility

c.
The pipe size between MH-2 and HW-3 is JS-inches on Sheet 7 and 12-inches in the MH-1 to HW-3 profile. In addition, the Storm Sewer Computations utilize a 15-inch diameter pipe between MH-1 and HW-3.

It appears a 15-inch diameter pipe can be provided between MH-1 and HW-3 and provide 2-feet of cover as required by Section 146-33.C.

Tagged Passions:sewer, utility, and Utility

d.
Calculations in support of the rational coefficients utilized in the Storm Sewer Computations must be submitted/or review.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:sewer, utility, and Utility

e.
The drainage area to inlet 1-1 must be clearly show on the Proposed Drainage Area Plan (Sheet 3 of 3).

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:stormwater

5.
An improvement and completion guarantee must be provided in accordance with Section 146-17. A detailed construction cost estimate with specific line items must be submitted for review. (Previous Comment 13) The response indicates a cost estimate will be provided following satisfaction of the review comments.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:construction

6.
In accordance with Section I 46-25.D, curblines shall be rounded by a tangential arc having a minimum radius of20-feet. The radii of the curbline along Highland Avenue are 18-feet and 15-feet, and internally between IO-feet and IS-feet. The plan must be revised. (From Previous Comment 14) A waiver is requested from Section 146-25.D. The request indicates the proposed curb radii closely follows existing conditions and shall remain consistent with the existing conditions due to the existing utilities.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:utility and Utility

7.
In accordance with Section I46-28.A, the proposed parking spaces must be revised to be a minimum IO-feet wide by 20-feet long. (Previous Comment 17) A waiver is requested from Section 146-28.A to permit 9-feet wide by 18-feet long parking spaces.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:parking

8.
In accordance with Section 146-33.C, a minimum of2-feet of cover shall be provided over the top of the proposed storm sewer. Approximately I-foot of cover is proposed, and the plan must be revised. (Previous Comment 19) A waiver is requestedfrom Section 146- 33.C to permit cover less than 2-feet over the proposed storm sewer pipe. The request indicates cover is limited due to existing storm sewer structure elevations. In addition, the plan has been revised to utilize 12-inch and 12-inc by 18-inch storm sewer pipe to maximum the cover.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:sewer, utility, and Utility

9.
In accordance with Section 146-33.D, the minimum internal diameter of storm sewer shall be IS-inches. The diameter of the proposed storm sewer is 12-inches and must be revised. (Previous Comment 20) A waiver is requested from Section 146-33.D. After review of the storm sewer calculations, it appears only one (1) proposed storm sewer pipe (RD-1) is proposed as a 12-inch diameter pipe. The pipe sizes must be reviewed and confirmed

No additional detail provided

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Mr. Richard Manfredi, Manager Abington Township July 17, 2019 Page 4 of 6

per Comment 4.c.

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10.
In accordance with Section l 46-43.C.(3)(a), cut and fill slopes may not be 15 or steeper. The proposed grading along Highland A venue is greater than 15 and must be revised. (Previous Comment 22) A waiver from Section 146-43. C (J)(a) is requested. Tile request indicates the area of grading is confined by previously developed conditions. In addition, erosion control matting is proposed along the steep slopes.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:grading

STORMWATER MANAGEMENT ORDINANCE COMMENTS

The proposed development is located within the Pennypack Watershed and the B Management District. The proposed land development is considered a redevelopment and has a disturbed area of 0.90 acres. Therefore, Article III and the requirements of Sections 404,405,406, and 409 must be followed.

Tagged Passions:ordinance, development, watershed, Development, and stormwater

11.
In accordance with Section 302.B.7, storm sewer profiles must be provided for review. (Previous Comment 25) Refer to Comment 4 for comments related to our review of the submitted storm sewer profiles on Sheet 9.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:sewer, utility, and Utility

12.
In accordance with Section 302.B.9, an Operation and Maintenance plan, per Section 702, must be provided and shall include notes related to all best management practices including storm sewer pipes and inlets. (Previous Comment 26) A Post Construction Stormwater Management Plan (Sheet CS9501) was submitted. The plan must he revised to include notes related to the operation and maintenance of the stormwater management and storm sewer facilities.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:construction, sewer, utility, Utility, and stormwater

13.
In accordance with Section 410 .E, runoff curve numbers for both existing and proposed conditions to be used in the soil cover complex method shall be obtained from Table E-1 in Appendix E. The Stormwater Management Narrative must include supporting calculations for the curve numbers utilized in the peak flow calculations. (Previous Comment 3 7) Supporting calculations of the curve numbers utilized in the peak flow calculations must still he submitted/or review.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:stormwater

14.
In accordance with Section 701.A, a financial guarantee is required for the proposed stormwater management improvements. (Previous Comment 39) A detailed cost estimate with specific line items must he submitted for review.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:finance and stormwater

15.
In accordance with Sections 702.A and 704, an operation and maintenance plan and agreement must be provided. (Previous Comment 40) The response indicates operation and maintenance notes are located on tlie Post Construction Stormwater Management Plan (Sheet CS9501), however none have been provided and the plan must he revised.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:construction and stormwater

STORM SEWER AND STORMW ATER MANAGEMENT DESIGN COMMENTS

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:sewer, utility, and Utility

16.
The riprap size must be specified on the plan and supporting calculations must be submitted. (Previous Comment 42) The following comments are related to our review

Mr. Richard Manfredi, Manager Abington Township July 17,2019 Page 5 of 6

of the Riprap Apron Outlet Protection Calculations in the Stormwater Management Narrative and Standard Construction Detail 9-1 on Sheet 12. The detail and/or calculations must be revised accordingly.

Tagged Passions:construction, manager, and stormwater

a.
The pipe diameters listed in the detail/or HW-2 and HW-3 are inconsistent with those in the calculations.

No additional detail provided

b.
The riprap size listed in the detail/or HW-1 and HW-2 are inconsistent with those in the calculations.

No additional detail provided

c.
Based upon the peak flows in the Storm Sewer Computations and Figure 9.3 of the PADEP Erosion and Sediment Pollution Control Program Manual the rock riprap size of HW-1 and HW-3 listed in the calculations shall be increased. In a,l,lition, the apron lengths and terminal widths at HW-1, HW-2, and HW-3 shall also be increased.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:sewer, utility, Utility, and program

17.
The emergency spillway must be shown in plan view and supporting calculations must be submitted. (Previous Comment 43) The emergency spillway must still be shown in plan view. In atltlition, the spillway lining must still be specified on the plan.

MISCELLANEOUS COMMENTS
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18.
All comments received from the shade tree commission must be addressed to their satisfaction. (Previous Comment 49)

PLAN REVISION COMMENTS

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions and trees

19.
The existing building must be shown on the Existing Drainage Area Plan. (New Comment)

Tagged Passions:stormwater

20.
The Curve Number utilized in the Bypass Unit Hydrograph Summary is inconsistent with that shown on the Proposed Drainage Area Plan. The plan or summary must be revised. (New Comme11t)

Tagged Passions:stormwater

21.
The drainage area plans, and Post Construction Stormwater Management Plan must be revised to show consecutive sheet numbering and the correct number of total plan sheets. (New Comment)

Tagged Passions:construction and stormwater

22.
References to the drainage areas shall be removed from the Post Construction Stormwater Management Plan (Sheet CS9501). (New Comment)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:construction and stormwater

23.
The signature blocks shall be removed from the Erosion Sedimentation Control Plan (Sheet CS8001 ). (New Comment)

24. The Erosion and Sedimentation Controls shall be removed from the Utility Plan (Sheet 7). (New Comment)
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Mr. Richard Manfredi, Manager Abington Township July 17, 2019 Page 6 of 6

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:manager

25.
On Sheet 8, only four (4) CB shade trees are proposed to the west of the proposed garage and the plan must be revised accordingly. In addition, the Plant Schedule on Sheet 13 shall be revised to reflect 4 proposed CB shade trees and 1 proposed LM shade tree as shown on Sheet 8. (New Comment)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:plant and trees

26.
On Sheet 12, the outlet structure grate elevation listed in Slow Release Basin detail is inconsistent with that shown on Sheet 7. The detail or plan view must be revised. (New Comment)

The above comments represent a thorough and comprehensive review of the information submitted with the intent of giving the Township the best direction possible. However, due to the number and nature of the comments, the receipt of a revised plan submission may generate new comments. In order to facilitate an efficient re-review of revised plans, the Design Engineer shall provide a Jetter, addressing item by item, their action in response to each of our comments.

We recommend the above comments be addressed to the satisfaction of Abington Township prior to approval of the proposed Land Development Plan.

If you should have any questions regarding the above, please call me. Sin: ' -t1(J)-dl Tagged Passions:development and Development

MEP/cg

cc: Arny Riddle Montgomery, Director of Engineering and Code-Abington Township Mark Peneca1e, Planning Zoning Officer - Abington Township Michael P. Clark, Esquire, Rudolph Clarke, LLC - Abington Township Solicitor Abington-Jefferson Health-Applicant/Property Owner John C. Medendorp IV, P.E., Pennoni Associates, Inc. -Applicant's Engineer Michael Narcowich, Montgomery County Planning Commission

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July 10, 2019 Melissa E. Prugar, PE Municipal Engineer Boucher James, Inc. Main Street Commons 559 Main Street, Suite 230 Bethlehem, PA 18018

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1501 Main Street Suite 220

Warrington, PA 18976 T: 215-345-4591 F: 215-345-7853 www.pcnnoni.com RE: ABINGTON HOSPITAL WOODLAND ROAD PARKING GARAGE 1200 OLD YORK ROAD FINAL LAND DEVELOPMENT REVIEW NO, 1 ABINGTON TOWNSHIP, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, PENNSYLVANIA PROJECT NO. 1926008R Dear Ms. Prugar:
Tagged Passions:hospital, streets, development, healthcare, Development, and parking

In response to your Final Land Development Review letter dated May 13, 2019 we provide the following responses:

SUBDIVISION AND LAND DEVELOPMENT ORDINANCE COMMENTS

Tagged Passions:ordinance, development, subdivision, and Development

1.
In accordance with Section 146-10.B.(2)(d), the pion date on Sheet 5 must be completed.

The plan date on Sheet 5 (CS1301) has been updated.

2.
In accordance with Sections 146-11.A. 3) and 146.11.8.(1), a complete boundary survey, showing all courses, distances, oreas and tie-ins to al/ adjacent street intersections shall be provided. A waiver is requested from Section 146-11.A.(3). Should the Township decide ta grant the waiver, one must also be requested and granted from Section 146-11.8.(1). It is noted that on aerial photograph showing the property boundary with metes ond bounds is provided, ond that the pion notes the boundary wos taken from o plan prepared by others.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:grant, streets, and property

A
waiver has been requested from these sections.

All waiver requests must be presented to the Township in writing per Section 146-50.8.(1). Acknowledged.

3.
In accordance with Sections 146-11.A.(6) and 146-11.8.(4), the location of all existing monumentation must be shown on the plan. No existing monumentation is shown and the pion must be revised accordingly. A waiver is requested from Section 146-1/.A.(6). We believe the existing monumentation should be shown on Sheet 2 and by doing so this waiver request will no longer be required and moy be removed from Sheet 4.

Sheet 2 (CS0051) has been updated to show existing monumentation. A waiver is no longer requested.

4.
In accordance with Sections 146-11.A.(7), 146-11.D.(4), and 146-32.B, an indication that the elevations are based upon the sanitary sewer datum of Abington Township shall be provided. Waivers are requested from Sections 146-11.A.(7) and 146-32.8. A topographic survey was performed, and the vertical datum is based on NAVO 88. Should the Township decide to grant the waiver, one must also be requested and granted from Section 146-11.D.(4).

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:grant, sewer, utility, and Utility

A
waiver has been requested from these sections.

All waiver requests must be presented to the Township in writing per Section 146-50.8.(1). Acknowledged.

5.
In accordance with Section 146-11.8. (5), the location and dimension of existing buildings and man- made structures or surfaces located on the site, with notation as to which ones will remain and which will be removed shall be provided. A waiver is requested from Section 146-11.8.(5). We believe Sheet 2 should be revised to depict the demolition of the existing parking garage and by doing so this waiver request will no longer be required and may be removed from Sheet 4.

Sheet 2 (CS00Sl) has been updated to show the demolition of the existing parking garage. The waiver has been removed from Sheet 4 (CS1001).

Tagged Passions:demolition and parking

6.
In accordance with Sections 146-11.B.(8)(d) and 146-44, the existing steep slopes of 15 to 25 , and greater than 25 must be delineated on the plan.

The existing steep slopes within the surveyed project area are shown on CS0201.

7.
In accordance with Section 146-11.E.(2), an erosion and sedimentation control narrative must be provided.

An E S narrative has been provided with the resubmission.

8.
In accordance with Sections 146-11.E.(3), 146-43.E.(2), and 146-43.E.(3), erosion and sedimentation control plan approval by the Township Engineer is required. The proposed disturbance is less than one (1) acre, therefore we have reviewed the Erosion and Sedimentation Control Plan (Sheets 1 of 4 through 4 of 4) and have provided the following comments.

No additional detail provided

a.
Compost filter sock shall also be provided along the limit of disturbance located north and east of the topsoil stockpile. In addition, the size of the compost filter sock shall be provided on the plan and associated calculations must be submitted with the required narrative.

Compost filter sock has been updated along the limit of disturbance north and east of the topsoil stockpile. The size of the compost filter sock has been added to the plan and associated compost filter sock calculations are included with the narrative.

b.
An Erosion Control Blanket Installation detail is provided on Sheet 4. The areas where the erosion control blanket will be installed must be shown in plan view.

The Erosion Control Blanket has been added to Sheet CS8001.

July 10, 2019 Page 3 Ms. Melissa E. Prugar, PE Abington Hosp Woodland Road Parking Garage

Tagged Passions:streets and parking

9.
In accordance with Sections 146-11.F.(4)(a 5 , 146-11.F.(4)(b , and 146-33.B.(1 , profiles of the proposed storm sewer must be provided on the plan, and conveyance calculations must be submitted.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:sewer, utility, and Utility

Profiles of the proposed storm sewer have been provided on Sheet 9 CS4001). Stormwater conveyance calculations have been included in the submission.

Tagged Passions:sewer, utility, Utility, and stormwater

10.
In accordance with Section 146-11.L, architectural plans must be provided for review.

Architectural plans have been included for review.

11.
The owner's certification on Sheet 4 must be revised to reflect the language provided in Section 146-12. C. (2) and include the name of the property owner.

The owner's certification has been revised on Sheet 4 CSl00l) to reflect the language in 146-12.C. 2).
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12.
The Board of Commissioners certification in Section 146-12.D must be provided on the plan.

The certification has been provided on Sheet 4 CSl00l).

13.
An improvement and completion guarantee must be provided in accordance with Section 146-17. A detailed construction cost estimate with specific line items must be submitted for review.

Acknowledged. A cost estimate will be provided after the review comments have been satisfied.

Tagged Passions:construction

14.
In accordance with Section 146-25.D, curblines shall be rounded by a tangential arc having a minimum radius of 20-feet. The radii of the curbline along Highland Avenue is 18-feet, and internally between 10-feet and 15-feet. The plan must be revised.

The curb radii remain unchanged due to interference with underground utilities. A waiver from this section has been requested.

Tagged Passions:utility and Utility

15.
In accordance with Section 146-27.E, sidewalks shall be extended to the curbline with ramps for adequate and reasonable access across curbs by physically handicapped persons, including those in wheelchairs. Per Sheets 4 and 9, Type I handicap ramps are proposed at the intersection of the site driveway and Highland Avenue, and internal to the project site. The plan must be revised to include detailed ramp design consisting of dimensions, spot elevations, and slopes. In addition, continental style crosswalks must be shown on the plan at the handicap ramps and details of the crosswalks must be provided on the plan. We suggest larger scaled detailed plans be provided for clarity. Review of all handicap ramps will be completed upon receipt of the detailed plans.

The ramps have been revised to show dimensions, spot elevations, and slopes. Crosswalks have been added to Sheet 4 CSl00l) and a crosswalk detail has been added to Sheet 11 CS6002).

Tagged Passions:streets and Pedestrian

16.
In accordance with Section 146-27.I, when the Board of Commissioners determine that the installation of curbs and sidewalks are not required for a lot or parcel or ground undergoing subdivision or land development approval, the applicant or developer shall be required to post an escrow amount with the Township of Abington for a period of two years following construction permit issuance, in an amount sufficient to complete curb and sidewalk installation along all street frontage involving the application, when any additional lots or parcels of land remain along the block(s) to which the lot or parcel has frontage which are capable of subdivision or land development at a future point in time. The Township shall determine if they will require escrow be posted for the future construction of curb and sidewalk

Acknowledged, however, sidewalks and curbs exist along Highland Avenue.

Tagged Passions:construction, streets, development, zoning, subdivision, Development, property, and Pedestrian

17.
In accordance with Section 146-28.A, the proposed parking spaces must be revised to be a minimum 10-feet wide by 20-feet long.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:parking

A
waiver has been requested from Section 146-28.A. to reduce the size of the parking spaces to 9'x18' to match existing structured parking on site.

Tagged Passions:parking

18.
In accordance with Section 146-28.E and 146-41, the Township Fire Marshal shall review the proposed land development.

Acknowledged.

Tagged Passions:development and Development

19.
In accordance with Section 146-33.C, a minimum of 2-feet of cover shall be provided over the top of the proposed storm sewer. Approximately 1-foot of cover is proposed, and the plan must be revised.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:sewer, utility, and Utility

A
waiver has been requested from Section 146-33.C.

20.
In accordance with Section 146-33.D, the minimum internal diameter of storm sewer shall be 15-inches. The diameter of the proposed storm sewer is 12-inches and must be revised.

The diameter of the proposed storm sewer has been updated to be 12 x 18 Elliptical RCP. A waiver has been requested from Section 146-33.D.

Tagged Passions:sewer, utility, and Utility

21.
In accordance with Section 146-39.A.(1 , 6 shade trees are required along Highland Avenue (260 feet+ 50 feet). One (1) shade tree is proposed, therefore 5 additional trees are required. It should be noted a high intensity buffer consisting of 14 staggered evergreen trees and 32 shrubs is proposed along Highland Avenue.

Sheet CS2001 has been updated to include the 5 additional trees required.

Tagged Passions:trees

22.
In accordance with Section 146-43.C. 3)(a), cut and fill slopes may not be 15 or steeper. The proposed grading along Highland A venue is greater than 15 and must be revised.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:grading

A
waiver has been requested from Section 146-43.c.(3)(a).

STORMWATER MANAGEMENT ORDINANCE COMMENTS

The proposed development is located within the Pennypack Watershed and the B Management District. The proposed land development is considered a redevelopment and has a disturbed area of 0.90 acres. Therefore, Article Ill and the requirements of Sections 404, 405, 406, and 409 must be followed.

Tagged Passions:ordinance, development, watershed, Development, and stormwater

23.
In accordance with Sections 302.A.6, 302.8.23, 40I.A, 40I.D, and 403.A, erosion and sedimentation control approval is required. The proposed disturbance is less than one (1) acre, therefore we have reviewed the Erosion and Sedimentation Control Plan Sheets 1 of 4 through 4 of 4) and have provided the following comments.

No additional detail provided

a.
Compost filter sock shall also be provided along the limit of disturbance located north and east of the topsoil stockpile. In addition, the size of the compost filter sock shall be provided on the plan and associated calculations must be submitted with the required narrative.

Compost filter sock has been updated along the limit of disturbance north and east of the topsoil stockpile. The size of the compost filter sock has been added to the plan and associated compost filter sock calculations are included with the narrative.

b.
An Erosion Control Blanket Installation detail is provided on Sheet 4. The area where the erosion control blanket will be installed must be shown in plan view.

The Erosion Control Blanket has been added to Sheet CS8001.

24.
The signature block in Section 302.A.14 must be provided on the plan.

Signature block has been added to Sheet CS8001.

25.
In accordance with Section 302.B. 7, storm sewer profiles must be provided for review.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:sewer, utility, and Utility

Profiles of the proposed storm sewer have been provided on Sheet 9 (CS4001).

Tagged Passions:sewer, utility, and Utility

26.
In accordance with Section 302.B.9, an Operation and Maintenance plan, per Section 702, must be provided and shall include notes related to all best management practices including storm sewer pipes and inlets.

Sheet CS9501 has been added.

Tagged Passions:sewer, utility, and Utility

27.
In accordance with Section 302.8.21, drainage areas must be provided on the plan.

Existing and proposed Drainage Area Plans have been added to the PCSM Narrative.

Tagged Passions:stormwater

28.
The Applicant statement in Section 302.8.25 must be provided on the plan.

Applicant Statement has been provided.

29.
The Design Engineer certification in Section 302.B.26 must be provided on the plan.

Design Engineer Certification has been provided.

30.
In accordance with Section 308, upon completion of construction, the developer shall be responsible for providing as-built plans of all stormwater management facilities shown on the approved plans.

Note has been added to Drawing CS9501.

Tagged Passions:construction and stormwater

31.
In accordance with Section 405.A.1.a, a minimum soil depth of 24-inches between the bottom of the proposed stormwater management basin and bedrock or other limiting zones must be provided. Soil testing must be conducted, and the results submitted for review.

An infiltration basin is not being proposed due to the insufficient infiltration rates on site.

Tagged Passions:rates and stormwater

32.
In accordance with Section 405.A.1.b, an infiltration rate sufficient to accept the additional stormwater load and dewater completely as determined by field tests must be available. Soil testing must be conducted, and the results submitted for review.

Infiltration testing has been provided in Appendix C of the PCSM Narrative.

Tagged Passions:stormwater

33.
In accordance with Section 405.A.1.c, all open-air infiltration facilities shall be designed to completely infiltrate the recharge volume within three 3 days from the end of the design storm. Supporting calculations must be submitted.

Dewatering calculations have been added to the PCSM Narrative.

34.
In accordance with Section 405.A.1.e, pretreatment shall be provided prior to infiltration. Water quality inlets/inserts shall be provided prior to stormwater entering the proposed slow release management basin.

Vegetation and soil media provide water quality pretreatment, no infiltration is proposed.

Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, water, and stormwater

35.
In accordance with Section 405.A.2, the size of the infiltration facility shall be based on volume criteria presented in this Section. The calculated groundwater recharge volume is 2,070 cubic feet. The slow release basin has a perforated pipe and outlet structure to discharge stormwater. No groundwater recharge is occurring, and the plan must be revised.

An infiltration basin is not being proposed due to the insufficient infiltration rates on site.

Tagged Passions:facility, rates, and stormwater

36.
In accordance with Section 405.B, a detailed soils evaluation of the project site shall be required to determine the suitability of infiltration facilities. Soil testing must be conducted, and the results submitted for review.

Infiltration testing has been provided in Appendix C of the PCSM Narrative.

37.
In accordance with Section 410.E, runoff curve numbers for both existing and proposed conditions to be used in the soil cover complex method shall be obtained from Table E-1 in Appendix E. The Stormwater Management Narrative must include supporting calculations for the curve numbers utilized in the peak flow calculations.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:stormwater

CN values consistent with Table El are included in the routing summary.

No additional detail provided

38.
In accordance with Section 410.1, the design of any stormwater detention facilities intended to meet the performance standards of this Ordinance shall be verified by routing the design storm hydrograph through these facilities. Basin routings must be submitted.

Routings and calculations are provided in Appendix B of the PCSM Narrative.

Tagged Passions:ordinance, performance, detention, and stormwater

39.
In accordance with Section 701.A, a financial guarantee is required for the proposed stormwater management improvements. A detailed cost estimate with specific line items must be submitted for review.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:finance and stormwater

40.
In accordance with Sections 702.A and 704, an operation and maintenance plan and agreement must be provided.

Operation and maintenance notes have been added to the PCSM Plan.

STORM SEWER AND STORMWATER MANAGEMENT DESIGN COMMENTS

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:sewer, utility, Utility, and stormwater

41.
The total disturbed area listed under the Stormwater Management Requirements in the Storm water Management Narrative is incorrect and must be revised.

Total disturbed area has been revised.
Tagged Passions:utility, Utility, water, and stormwater

42.
The riprap size must be specified on the plan and supporting calculations must be submitted.

Acknowledged. The riprap size has been provided on sheet 12 (CS6003). Supporting calculations have been provided.

43.
The emergency spillway must be shown in plan view and supporting calculations must be submitted.

Emergency spillway calculations are included in the PCSM Narrative, and a detail is included on the plans. MISCELLANEOUS COMMENTS
Tagged Passions:emergency

44.
On Sheet 5, the number of parking spaces required by Zoning Ordinance Section 2307.A and the total number of required parking spaces are incorrect and must be revised.

The number of parking spaces has been updated on Sheet 5.

Tagged Passions:ordinance, zoning, and parking

45.
On Sheet 6, the proposed grading crosses the existing sidewalk to the west of the proposed garage. The grading must be revised, or the plan must note the existing sidewalk will be removed and replaced.

The proposed grading has been updated.

Tagged Passions:streets, Pedestrian, and grading

46.
On Sheet 6, the top of curb elevation of 341. 60 provides a curb height less than 6-inches and must be revised.

Sheet 6 has been revised to show a top of curb elevation of 341.70 to provide a 6-inch curb height.

47.
On Sheet 6, General Construction and Grading Note 26 references Borough and must be revised.

Sheet 6 has been revised to reference the Municipality and not the Borough .

Tagged Passions:construction and grading

48.
Roadway striping and stop bar details must be provided on the plan.

Roadway striping and stop bar details have been provided on Sheet 11 (CS6002).

No additional detail provided

49.
All comments received from the traffic engineer, shade tree commission, and fire marshal must be addressed to their satisfaction.

Acknowledged.

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, trees, and traffic

50.
The Abington Township Application number (LD-19-03 must be added to all plan sheets.

The Abington Township Application number has been added to all plan sheets. The above responses to your comments represent a thorough and comprehensive review of the information submitted with the intent of giving the Township the best direction possible. However, due to the number and nature of the comments, the receipt of a revised plan submission may generate new comments.

Should you have any questions or need any additional information, please do not hesitate to contact me at 215-589-6023 or via email at CBryson@Pennoni.com

Sincerely, PENNONI ASSOCIATES INC .

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No additional detail provided

Craig E. Bryson Associate Vice President

U:\Accounts\ECCFX\fCCFX1B005 - Survey Woodland Garage. Prk Replc\DDC PREP\RESPONSE LETTERS\2019-05-13 - Land Development Response Letter\7-10-2019 Abington Hospital Prkg Garage.Land Devt.RevNo.lResponse letter.docx ECCFX18005 Amy Riddle Montgomery, PE Abington Township 1176 Old York Road Abington, PA 19001 RE: ABINGTON JEFFERSON HEALTH WAIVER REQUEST LETTER, WOODlAND PARKING GARAGE 1200 OLD YORK ROAD, ABINGTON, MONTGOMERY COUNTY

Tagged Passions:health, hospital, streets, development, healthcare, Development, and parking

Dear Ms. Riddle Montgomery:

No additional detail provided

1501 Main Street Suite 220

Warrington, PA 18976 Tc 215-345-4591 F: 215-345-7853 www.pennoni.com
Tagged Passions:streets

This waiver request letter is being submitted to Abington Township by Pennoni Associates Inc., engineer of the above referenced project and on behalf of Abington Jefferson Health ( Applicant ). The following are the formal written modification requests of the Applicant from the requirements of the Abington Township Subdivision and Land Development Ordinance ( SALDO ). This letter details each specific modification request along with the justification for each request.

Tagged Passions:health, ordinance, development, subdivision, and Development

SALDO Modification Requests:

1.
146-11.A.(3), 146-11.B.(l -A complete boundary survey shall be provided.

A waiver from this section to provide a complete boundary survey is respectfully requested. The proposed improvements are in an area of the site that was previously developed and within the overall property's boundary. An adjustment to the existing boundary is not proposed. 1. 146-11.A.(7), 146-11.D.(4), 146-32.B -An indication that the elevations are based upon sanitary sewer datum of the Township of Abington. A waiver from this section to provide elevations based on the sanitary sewer datum of the Township of Abington is respectfully requested. The NAVO 88 datum was used in order to incorporate GIS and publicly available data into the proposed design. The design does not propose sanitary sewer connections or improvements.

Tagged Passions:sewer, GIS, utility, Utility, and property

3.
146-11.B.(6 - The location, size, ownership and purpose of all rights-of-way and easements located within the property boundaries.

A waiver from this section to show the easements and detailed information within the property boundary is respectfully requested. The proposed improvements are limited to a portion ofthe overall site and relevant information in the vicinity of the improvements is shown.

Tagged Passions:property and easement

ECCFX18005 Ms. Riddle Montgomery, PE

No additional detail provided

4.
146-25.D - Curblines shall be rounded by a tangential arc having a minimum radius of 20-feet.

A waiver from this section to provide curb radii with a minimum radius of 20 feet is respectfully requested. The curb radii proposed on the plan are sized similarly to the existing radii and limit interference with existing utilities in the vicinity of the improvements.

Tagged Passions:utility and Utility

5.
146-28.A. - Dimensions of parking spaces. All parking spaces for vehicles shall be 10 feet wide by 20 feet long. All spaces shall have adequate maneuvering room with clear access at all times entering and exiting the space. Where required by state and/or federal law, the subdivider/land developer shall make provision for handicapped parking (space size, location, number of spaces and identification). Proper access from a street shall not include access directly from the street to a parking space, except for single- and two-family dwellings.

A waiver from this section to provide 10' x 20' parking spaces for vehicles is respectfully requested. Parking spaces within the proposed garage are 9' x 18'. Spaces of this size are typical for precast garage structures and are commonly found in other parking facilities in the region. The proposed parking space design allows for the limit of disturbance to be minimized and the use of typical precast construction.
Tagged Passions:construction, streets, and parking

6.
146-33.C - Wherever practicable, storm drains shall be located behind the curb and within the right- of-way of the street. They shall be protected by a cover of at least 24 inches of cover.

A waiver from this section to provide 24 inches of cover over the proposed storm sewer piping is respectfully requested. The invert elevations of the pipes are limited to the existing inverts of the existing storm sewers to be connected to.

Tagged Passions:sewer, streets, utility, and Utility

7.
146-33.D - The minimum internal diameter of storm sewer shall be 15 inches.

A waiver from this section to provide storm sewers with a minimum diameter of 15 inches is respectfully requested. The invert elevations of the pipes are limited to the existing inverts of the existing storm sewers to be connected to. An elliptical pipe with a size equivalent to a 15 inch pipe has been proposed where feasible. ECCFX18005 July 10, 2019 Ms. Riddle Montgomery, PE

Tagged Passions:sewer, utility, and Utility

8.
146-43.C.(3)(a) - Cut and fill slopes may not be 15 or steeper.

No additional detail provided


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