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Township supervisors discuss planning meeting decisions

September 14, 2007|By ASHLEY HARTMAN

WAYNESBORO, Pa. - During a workshop Wednesday evening, the Washington Township Supervisors discussed recommendations and decisions from Monday night's planning commission meeting.

The planning commission decided to table a preliminary plot plan for 128 apartments on Old Forge Road in Waynesboro.

The planning commission cited numerous unresolved issues for their decision, including stormwater issues and lack of access to the nearby Food Lion shopping center.

"If they don't want to shop at Wal-Mart or Lowe's, they would have to drive out and around to Food Lion," said planning commission secretary Elena Kehoe, who attended the supervisors' workshop.

The commission recommended that a pedestrian walkway be put in for this purpose.

The planning commission also tabled a preliminary plat plan for 14 six-acre homesites on the William and Lois Reynolds Farm on Gehr Road and a final plan from Leroy and Mary Woodring for a one-lot residence on a 5.19 acre-plot on Cold Springs Road.

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The commission recommended approval of the final plan from Jay and Karon Knepper for three lots on Marsh Road in Waynesboro, a final plan for two lot additions on Buchanan Trail East in Waynesboro from Nickson W. Oyer and a final plan from Kylea and Associates Inc. for a one-lot addition on Pennersville Road.

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