Campaign to preserve the history of our Town

Save Easttown

We are a group of more than 250 Easttown residents who have been participating in the ongoing consideration of zoning changes by the township

Dear Easttown Neighbors,

We are a group of more than 250 Easttown residents who have been involved over the past few years in preserving and protecting our township – in particular the area near the Devon train station and horse show grounds and the Village of Berwyn – from a series of ruinous zoning and development proposals that could destroy the character and heritage of Easttown.

With the creation of this website, we want to provide you, our neighbors and fellow citizens, with information about these drastic proposals, inform you of upcoming events, offer the underlying documents related to these issues, including the reports and drawings prepared by the land planning and architectural experts who have been helping our neighborhood groups, and ask for your help in preserving Easttown.

Over the past year, you may have seen the “SAVE DEVON – DON’T REZONE”, and “RESPONSIBLE ZONING FOR BERWYN” lawn signs at many of our homes. We are a completely non-partisan or bi-partisan group of concerned citizens who have come together in response to recent zoning and development proposals in Easttown.

We hope you will find this site informative and will join us in our efforts to keep Easttown from being over developed into a smaller version of King of Prussia or Exton. We ask you to consider joining our group, writing to township officials, attending and speaking up at meetings, and spreading information to your friends and neighbors.

Together we can preserve the quiet, small-town, country feel and character of Easttown, keep traffic congestion and noise to a minimum, and protect our school district from over-crowding.

Thank You,
Your Easttown Neighbors

*For any questions, please contact Joe Kohn via email (jkohn@kohnswift.com) or cell phone (610-246-1434)

Dear Easttown Neighbors,

We are a group of more than 250 Easttown residents who have been involved over the past few years in preserving and protecting our township – in particular the area near the Devon train station and horse show grounds and the Village of Berwyn – from a series of ruinous zoning and development proposals that could destroy the character and heritage of Easttown.

With the creation of this website, we want to provide you, our neighbors and fellow citizens, with information about these drastic proposals, inform you of upcoming events, offer the underlying documents related to these issues, including the reports and drawings prepared by the land planning and architectural experts who have been helping our neighborhood groups, and ask for your help in preserving Easttown.

Over the past year, you may have seen the “SAVE DEVON – DON’T REZONE”, and “RESPONSIBLE ZONING FOR BERWYN” lawn signs at many of our homes. We are a completely non-partisan or bi-partisan group of concerned citizens who have come together in response to recent zoning and development proposals in Easttown.

We hope you will find this site informative and will join us in our efforts to keep Easttown from being over developed into a smaller version of King of Prussia or Exton. We ask you to consider joining our group, writing to township officials, attending and speaking up at meetings, and spreading information to your friends and neighbors.

Together we can preserve the quiet, small-town, country feel and character of Easttown, keep traffic congestion and noise to a minimum, and protect our school district from over-crowding.

Thank You,

Your Easttown Neighbors

*For any questions, please contact Joe Kohn via email jkohn@kohnswift.com or cell phone (610-246-1434)

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"If passed in Devon, and not corrected in Berwyn, the proposals could turn our beautiful area into a mini-King of Prussia, with adverse affects on traffic congestion, school enrollment, and the structure of our wonderful community"

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