BWAYNESBORO, Pa. -- The Washington Township Board of Supervisors on Monday relinquished its rights to Lumar Avenue and gave a woman preliminary approvals needed to create 72 more units in apartment buildings along the road in Blue Ridge Summit, Pa.
Mary Lindquist will take over ownership of the 500-foot road near the intersection of Pa. 16 and Jacobs Church Road. The township will no longer be responsible for snow plowing or maintenance.
However, the decision opens a 30-day period in which residents can file objections to the road abandonment at the Franklin County Courthouse.
Lindquist's land development plans show nine buildings with eight units in each. She already owns 54 occupied units at the site.