WAYNESBORO, Pa. -- It's taken more than two years for Washington Township, the Borough of Waynesboro, and contracted engineers to draft a joint comprehensive plan, but the document will be presented for final public comments at 7 tonight.
The 200-page document will guide future land use and economic development in the borough and township.
"It serves as the basic fundamental planning tool for the borough and township," Borough Manager Lloyd Hamberger said.
Residents and members of the business community can offer remarks in borough hall's council chambers. The plan can be viewed at www.washtwp-franklin.org or www.waynesboropa.org.
The plan takes into account several areas of interest, including historic preservation, recreation plans, transportation maps and downtown revitalization. Hamberger and Township Manager Mike Christopher described the document as "a roadmap for the future."
The borough and township sought an extension for the submission deadline, which is now June 30.
-- Jennifer Fitch