WAYNESBORO, Pa. — The Waynesboro Borough Council on Tuesday decided to enter into an agreement for a new traffic signal with the company redeveloping Waynesboro Mall.
The council will apply for a traffic signal at Sunnyside Avenue and East Main Street on behalf of J.C. BAR Properties Inc. That application will be submitted to the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.
The Camp Hill, Pa., company will bear the costs of the light, its installation and engineering, Borough Solicitor Sam Wiser said.
Also, an escrow fund set up by the developer would pay to maintain the light for 75 years, he said.
Final land development plans for the shopping center’s redevelopment have not been submitted to the municipality, Borough Manager Lloyd Hamberger said.