Following testimony by several neighbors of the project, a public hearing on conceptual plans for a new 81-unit townhome community in the Township’s northwest quadrant was concluded by Cranberry’s Board of Supervisors at its February 2 meeting with approval of the tentative PRD proposal. The proposed development, consisting of 3, 5 and 6-unit structures, is on a 24-acre site previously owned by the Schneider family. The YMCA carrying the family’s name is on an adjacent parcel of land. The housing plan will be accessed from Florida Boulevard – currently a private gravel road across from the auto auction. Improvements to that road, including the addition of sidewalks, lighting, street trees and municipal water and sewer service, as well as modest improvements to accommodate traffic turning from Rt. 19 onto Florida Boulevard, are also included in the plans. For more information, contact Planning and Development Services Director Ron Henshaw at email@example.com.