Springettsbury Township apartment hearing pushed to April

Rebecca Klar
York Dispatch
The north east corner of E. Market St. and Memory Lane is the site of a proposed multi-family apartment building. Springettsbury Township will hold a public meeting sometime in April on the proposal. Thursday, March 14, 2019.
John A. Pavoncello photo

A Springettsbury Township hearing on a potential apartment complex has been moved from March to April, based on a request from the developers, according to Jessica Fieldhouse, township director of community development. 

The planning commission will review the plans April 18, and the supervisors will hold a hearing April 25. The hearing had originally been scheduled for March 28. 

The plan proposes building two multi-unit apartment buildings on an empty lot behind the Wendy's and Arby's on East Market Street, according to township officials. 

A separate plan to demolish and rebuild two commercial spots near the corner of East Market Street and Memory Lane will be heard at a May 23 meeting. Township officials had previously said it would be held in April. 

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