Bethlehem Twp. farm targeted for 166 new homes, highlighting concerns about loss of farmland By Sara K. Satullo | For

The Bethlehem Township Planning Commission reviewed the plans on March 28 before a large crowd.  The project has brought into focus residents’ concerns about the township’s dwindling amount of farmland, the impact on flooding and the increased traffic such a development could bring.

Just what Lehigh Valley needs: more warehouses, with the accompanying truck traffic and toxic diesel fumes.

Plan for new warehouse straddling Allentown-Whitehall border moves closer to reality; concerns about closeness to residences are downplayed: by Lindsay Weber, The Morning Call: “The Allentown Planning Commission on Tuesday unanimously approved plans for a 23,000-square-foot warehouse straddling Allentown and Whitehall. The warehouse would be located…

After year of hearings, East Allen Supervisors reject Rock LV’s Curative Amendment pleas (By Home News Staff)

“During their meeting on October 28, East Allen Township Supervisors closed the Rock LV Curative Amendment Hearing. After over a year of testimony, on pause during the COVID-19 pandemic, supervisors rejected all four allegations made by the developer”.