Public Hearing on Bedner's Farm Development Scheduled for Monday Night
The hearing will likely begin Monday night and be continued until March 5 to take staff testimony.
All residents who wish to make comments about the proposed Bedner's Farm subdivision should attend the public hearing at 7:30 p.m. on Monday in the board of commissioners' room at the Upper St. Clair municipal building.
Scott Brilhart, director of community development, recommended the board plan on continuing the public hearing to March 5 for the purpose of taking staff testimony, which means commissioners will likely not take a vote on the plan until the March 5 hearing.
The Upper St. Clair Planning Commission recommended the board of commissioners approve the plan in a 6-0 vote in December.
The plan proposed would take place in three phases. The first phase would create an entrance on Cook School Road and extend Scarlett Drive.
The second phase would add a connection to Main Street in Bridgeville.
Residents along Scarlett Drive voiced their concerns about traffic and safety the neighborhood could cause at December's planning commission meeting.
Bedner's Farm Market is not part of the land sale and will remain along Bower Hill Road, regardless of the decision.
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