November 2015
Central Penn Business Journal;11/6/2015, Vol. 31 Issue 46, p17
The article focuses on residential development projects in Windsor Township in York County, Pennsylvania. Topics covered include the amendment of ordinances to accommodate an increase in population, the review of subdivision plans for single-family homes and the progress on infrastructure improvements like a plan to update older pump stations.


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