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Planning Commission briefs

August 04, 2004|by BRIAN SHAPPELL

Plat approval given to part of subdivision


The Washington County Planning Commission voted 7-0 Monday to give final plat approval to one section of a subdivision in the area of Paradise Church Road.

Paradise Heights, section A, is slated to include 55 lots for single-family and semi-detached homes, according to planning documents. They are to be built on about 32 acres.

The commission gave preliminary plat approval to Paradise Heights in November 2003.

Plans for building expansion OK'd


The Washington County Planning Commission voted 7-0 Monday to approve a site plan for the expansion of an office building on Dual Highway near Mount Aetna Road.

The plan calls for improvements to the parking lot at Donald C. Bowers Insurance and a 58-foot-by-28-foot addition to the existing building.

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Warehouse site plan gets nod of approval


The Washington County Planning Commission voted 7-0 Monday to approve a site plan for a warehouse off Industrial Lane near Williamsport.

Associate Planner Jill Baker said Myers Limited Partnership plans to use the building to house operations of a building materials distributor. She said the site will be used primarily as a warehouse, with a small office.

There will be no outside storage at the property, Baker said.

Billboard plan OK'd


The Washington County Planning Commission voted 6-1 Monday to approve the site plan for a billboard replacement on Pennsylvania Avenue south of Showalter Road.

Associate Planner Jill Baker said a two-sided, 12-foot-by-25-foot sign will replace an existing sign at the property. The sign will be raised slightly, to 28 feet high.

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