WAYNESBORO, Pa. — Motorists could be encountering a new traffic signal at the intersection of East Main Street and Sunnyside Avenue when Waynesboro Mall is redeveloped, municipal officials said Monday.
“We have an agreement with the proposed developer to bear the cost of the (traffic) light,” Borough Manager Lloyd Hamberger said.
The Waynesboro Borough Council will be reviewing that agreement with J.C. BAR Properties Inc. at its meeting tonight. The agreement also calls for the borough to be absolved of maintenance for a period of time.
“This is basically that we agree they put the light in if they pay for it,” Hamberger said.
Under the agreement, the developer would pay for the traffic light if it proceeds with the plan. Hamberger said the price tag could approach six figures based on the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation’s requirements.