Cecil Township supervisors still are tweaking an ordinance that would allow Horizon Properties to construct a different type of planned residential development within Southpointe II.
Supervisors granted Horizon Properties a 90-day extension on its master plan for a "traditional neighborhood design" residential development adjacent to one of the largest mixed-used business and residential parks in Pennsylvania.
Wednesday, September 13, 2006
John Richards has an update in today's O-R about the new housing to be built at Southpointe II in Cecil Township. From John's report:
Posted by Paul Snatchko at 7:56 PM