River Pointe developer Lou Pektor says residents' lawsuit in opposition to venture has been withdrawn

River Pointe developer Lou Pektor says residents' lawsuit in opposition to venture has been withdrawn

Litigation filed by six Higher Mount Bethel Township residents that challenged the development of an industrial growth close to the Delaware River has been withdrawn, land proprietor Lou Pektor stated Wednesday. Pektor stated the go well with, filed in 2020 after township supervisors handed a zoning textual content modification, was withdrawn from Pennsylvania’s Commonwealth Courtroom,…

Northampton County Council committee discusses River Pointe regardless of having little oversight or authority

Northampton County Council committee discusses River Pointe regardless of having little oversight or authority

EASTON, Pa. – A Northampton County Council committee reviewed the River Pointe Logistics Park industrial proposal Thursday, although the county has virtually no oversight of the venture.  Council’s financial growth committee heard from Higher Mount Bethel Township Supervisor Ed Nelson about River Pointe (RPL). Earlier than Nelson spoke, some residents of the township and close…

Lou Pektor says it once more: River Pointe Logistics is not going to be full of immense warehouses

Lou Pektor says it once more: River Pointe Logistics is not going to be full of immense warehouses

Developer Lou Pektor reiterated Tuesday what he has stated since his River Pointe Logistics Park plan first grew to become public: he doesn’t plan to place up a bunch of big warehouses in Higher Mount Bethel Township. “We’re not trying to develop this as an e-commerce park,” he stated. Pektor has stated earlier that the…