Correction: This story was corrected at 10:04 a.m. Saturday. The supervisors did not approve the request from Summerbrooke. The motions regarding Summerbrooke were tabled. My apologies for the error.
North Strabane supervisors on Tuesday granted the conditional-use application of a Bethel Park company that has proposed a new residential development in the township.
Bove Development wants to build the development on 35.62 acres of property off McDowell Lane.
The development would consist of 52 single-family homes and four duplexes.
As part of an agreement with the township, Bove Development will pay the township $300 per lot—money that will be used to upgrade the traffic signal at McDowell and McClelland roads.
The improvement will include a dedicated left-hand signal, township Manager Frank Siffrinn said.
The board also voted to waive the requirement that Bove include a second means of access to the development, which will be named Sunset Pointe. That request was made by Bove.
In other business, the board also approved the final site plan for Highcoft Preserve—which will consist of 32 single-family lots located on state Route 519.