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Antrim Township complex plans in limbo

November 28, 2007|By ASHLEY HARTMAN

GREENCASTLE, Pa. - The final land development plan for Antrim Township's proposed municipal complex was withdrawn Tuesday by the board of supervisors.

Antrim Township Supervisor Curtis Myers said that the plans are now "in limbo."

"The government complex that they already had blueprints for - we were opposed to that building for the size and cost," said Supervisor Sam Miller.

The supervisors had to act on the land development plan because in August they voted 2-2 to grant a 180-day extension request for the municipal complex. The vote meant the plan was deemed approved and the supervisors would have 90 days to act before the plan would be recorded in the Franklin County Courthouse.

Miller said he wants to work with the new board and see what they want to do with the municipal complex. He said the board might resubmit plans or renovate the existing township building.

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Miller said to reduce the size of the proposed municipal complex he wanted to eliminate the district office and garage bays and keep both at the current office.

"We'll brainstorm at the beginning of the year," Miller said.

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