Three walkway projects will be built by the Township this year, Community Development Director Ron Henshaw told Cranberry’s Board of Supervisors at its June 23 meeting. One is along Powell Road at the western entrance to The Crossings. It will link pedestrians from that neighborhood to Park Place, which has already built a sidewalk up to its property line, about 250 feet from The Crossing’s own sidewalk along Stonehenge Way. The second sidewalk project is on Commonwealth Drive at Pennwood Place in Thorn Hill Industrial Park, where two tiny missing pieces are keeping pedestrians from walking all the way across. The last project, also in the Thorn Hill Park, involves finishing a trail approximately of one-third mile long, parallel to the Turnpike and above a sewer line. It will connect the sidewalk on Commonwealth Drive with the Marshall Township trail system that now abruptly ends at the municipal boundary line, creating a passage all the way through to Knob Hill Park. Public Works crews from Cranberry will do the construction, which is expected to be complete by September or October.