An annual series of agreements with neighboring Seven Fields Borough, Adams Township and Marshall Township to operate and maintain certain traffic signals along the shared Rt. 19 and 228 corridors were approved by Cranberry’s Board of Supervisors at its meeting on January 3. The agreements, which have been in place for several years, call for Cranberry to perform routine signal maintenance and system oversight activities on two traffic signals in Adams and one each in Seven Fields and Marshall. Coordination of the signals – which remain the property of their respective municipalities – has been determined to serve the interests of residents of the four communities as well as of those traveling between them. Payment terms for the services, which increased by three percent over the 2016 rates, were also stipulated in the agreements.