GREENCASTLE, Pa. - Antrim Township supervisors decided no action was the best action on Tuesday evening after finding a developer made a few extra changes to its already approved plans.
The developer, Molly Pitcher LLC of Hagerstown, asked board approval for changes made to a roadway in its proposed 500-lot planned residential development (PRD) along U.S. 11, when supervisors noted the developer also moved two lots in the plan.
Supervisors were divided as to whether moving the two lots was a "significant" change in the plans and asked Township Solicitor John Lisko to look into the issue before they would approve any changes.
Anne Anderson of CEDG, which drew up the plans, said the lots were moved about 100 feet to accommodate changes made to the roadway. She said the changes would improve the development's stormwater management.