Cranberry Community News

Posted on: November 2, 2017

Steps to rezone farm at Rochester and Rt. 19 begun

Although the dormant Meeder family farm at the corner of Rochester Road and Route 19 with its signature red barn is a perfect location for new development, the property has remained on the market for a number of years. Why? Its current zoning, CCD-3, is the Township’s most dense and intensive development zone. That designation is primarily for commercial development which would require an extensive and costly reworking of the local road network. That has been a turn-off for prospective buyers. So a Township move to change the property’s zoning designation to CCD-2 – the same one used for Bellevue and Park Place – is currently underway. At its November 2 meeting, Cranberry’s Board of Supervisors agreed to send a draft of the changes to the Township’s Planning Advisory Commission.

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