WAYNESBORO, Pa. - Washington Township, Pa., will host a public hearing as its planning commission and township supervisors review a proposal for 42 town houses and 168 condominiums on an extension of Sheffield Manor Boulevard.
The homes are proposed as a planned residential development south of Stottlemyer Road. As a PRD, open space has been incorporated into the application submitted by M&H Construction of Waynesboro.
"It's a little over an acre of active play area," local surveyor R. Lee Royer said at a planning commission meeting Monday.
The public hearing was tentatively scheduled for July 5.
The condominiums are proposed in 14 12-unit buildings, Royer said. The town houses would have garages behind them, he said.
"We're going to do this in phases ... depending on what the market does," Royer said, estimating one phase per year. Each phase could build two or three condominium buildings, he said.