Villanova University has not addressed any of the concerns raised by Radnor Township residents and officials over a plan to build three dormitories, a parking garage, stores, and a performance hall on two parking lots on Lancaster Avenue, said the township manager.
The university has applied for a zoning amendment, but Manager Robert Zienkowski said he planned to ask the Board of Commissioners to "send it back to them" at its meeting Monday.
"I'm going to object," he said.
Zienkowski said he sent 19 pages of questions, recommendations, and comments to the university after the school in February presented its $200 million-plus plan to expand the campus. Neighbors say their community will be overrun with traffic and students.