Letterkenny zoning approved
SCOTLAND, Pa. - A flexible zoning plan for Letterkenny Army Depot will go into effect on Monday which has the approval of nearby residents, the Letterkenny Industrial Development Authority and the Greene Township Supervisors.
The supervisors voted unanimously Tuesday to amend the zoning map, zoning ordinance and subdivision and land development ordinance to clear the way for zoning at the depot as sections are turned over to LIDA for private sector development.
The plan would create a multiple-use zone at the depot for the 1,142 acres within the township that will be turned over to LIDA in upcoming years. A total of about 1,500 acres, some of it in Letterkenny Township, will eventually be turned over by the Army to LIDA.