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Borough approves TREK subdivision line

February 18, 2014

Photo submitted – Shown is the location where a 20-unit senior living village similar to the Laurelbrooke Landing facility located in Brookville will be built.

During their regular meeting held Monday evening, the Ridgway Borough Council approved the subdivision line for TREK Development's upcoming project along Montmorenci Road. The subdivision, located near Ridgmont, is set to be a 20-unit senior living village similar to the Laurelbrooke Landing facility located in Brookville.
Council approved the motion to subdivide the current property by a 6-to-1 vote.
During a recent meeting of the Planning, Grants and Recreation Committee, committee members heard from TREK representatives Trey Barbour and land surveyor Gary Thorp. During past meetings with the Ridgway Township Board of Supervisors as well as one briefing with the Ridgway Borough Council, residents living near the facility expressed their concerns including the line of trees between their properties and the development.

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