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Waynesboro briefs

November 16, 2006

Township planners OK building plans



WAYNESBORO, Pa. - The Washington Township planning commission moved forward on seven proposed developments and two subdivisions Monday, recommending that each be approved by the township board of supervisors.

The seven proposed developments ranged in size from the 159-lot Glen Oaks Development along Pa. 16 to a one-lot ice cream shop on Washington Township Boulevard.

While the commission recommended each plot plan for supervisor approval, most of its recommendations came with stipulations. The commission would recommend approval "as long as" developers addressed everything on the list that followed.

In addition to the many proposed developments, the commission also moved closer Monday to recommending the proposed sign ordinance for board approval. The ordinance, which has been a work in progress for months, will be sent to local businesses for comments.

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"We are going to send to business community and if they have a problem with this, they can speak up," Washington Township code enforcement officer Jerry Zeigler said.

- Kate S. Alexander




Otterbein to host holiday music event



WAYNESBORO, Pa. - The Otterbein Church and Ministry Center will host the "Cumberland Valley Christmas Spectacular" with choirs, ensembles, soloists, duets and a worship dance team on Dec. 10 and 17.

The performance, which concludes with a time of worship and carol singalong, will include both Christian and secular songs, including "Jingle Bell Rock," "You're a Mean One, Mr. Grinch" and "Silent Night."

Light refreshments will be served during intermission.

Performance times are 3 and 7 p.m. each day. Seating is limited.

Although there is no charge to attend, tickets must be presented. They can be picked up in the church lobby between services on Sunday mornings or reserved by calling 717-762-7147.




Humane Society to close early Saturday



WAYNESBORO, Pa. - The Antietam Humane Society on Lyons Road will be closing at noon Saturday to allow staff and pets to participate in the Waynesboro parade.

The shelter also will be closed on Thursday, Nov. 23, for Thanksgiving.




Breakfast with Santa to benefit shelter



WAYNESBORO, Pa. - The New Hope Shelter on South Potomac Street will be the beneficiary of a buffet breakfast with Santa Claus scheduled for 8 to 11 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 9, at the Antrim House Family Restaurant on Pa. 16 in Greencastle, Pa.

Hagerstown Imaging is sponsoring the event, which costs $8 for adults and $4 for children.

Shelter officials said that in past years there have been as many as 12 children staying at the shelter Christmas morning.

The shelter also is in need of paper products, food and monetary donations for utilities. For more information, call Judy Webber at 301-797-4092.

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