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Plan for sprawling Washington Township development approved

November 04, 2008|By JENNIFER FITCH

WAYNESBORO, Pa. - The Washington Township (Pa.) Supervisors on Monday granted tentative approval to a planned residential development northwest of the intersection of Stottlemyer and Gehr roads, partially along the path of a soon-to-be-built section of Washington Township Boulevard.

Plans from Rod Krebs of York County, Pa., show 110 town houses, 28 carriage houses or duplexes, and 44 single-family houses building on various points of a large hill. Krebs also plans to add commercial lots that could be developed as small businesses.

The supervisors thanked Krebs for his willingness to work with them and praised the quality of his plans for Martin's Village.

"I definitely look forward to seeing this (development) completed, and it's not like that with everyone," Supervisor Stephen Kulla said.

"I think it'll be a very nice, different community," Krebs said. "I think it's a community we can be proud of."

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The vote passed 4-0, with Kulla, Carroll Sturm, Christopher Firme and John Gorman voting in favor. Supervisor Elaine Gladhill was absent from the meeting.

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