The Upper St. Clair Planning Commission unanimously voted Thursday night to recommend the final approval for a six-lot subdivison off of Morrow Road.
The plan will now go in front of the Upper St. Clair Board of Commissioners for final approval.
The developer, Dr. Andrew Zahalsky of Peters Township, said he expects to break ground on the development in the spring.
The six homes are planned for a 450-foot cul-de-sac between Engelwood and Hidden Timber drives. Zahalsky plans to move his family into one of the homes.
If approved, the homeowners will be required to be part of a homeowners association. Zahalsky said he will put 50 percent of the cost to replace the storm water management system into an account for future maintenance.
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