Township approval was requested at the March 27 meeting of Cranberry’s Board of Supervisors for a state LCB application by Cranberry Springs developer Gary Sippel to transfer a liquor license he had recently acquired from Zelienople Investment Corporation to an as yet unnamed restaurant in his development at Rt. 229 and I-79. That development includes the high profile Penguins/UPMC sports medicine facility, which received a building permit earlier this week. Three other elements of the project’s Phase One include restaurants and a hotel. Since no final land development has as yet been approved for those accommodations, the license is simply being transferred to the Cranberry Springs property. For more details, contact Community Development Director Ron Henshaw at email@example.com.