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At its February meeting, the South Annville Township Board of Supervisors approved Garman Legacy’s conditional-use application for its project at Candler’s Pointe.

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The Candler’s Pointe development is set to be located between Mount Pleasant Road and Reigerts Lane. The 20.05-acre property will include 60 apartments and 90 townhouses.

Garman Legacy LLC, a subsidiary of Garman Builders, applied for modifications to township ordinance requirements regarding sidewalks, tree placement, and private streets.

South Annville Township manager Jeanette Henning reported that the 2024 Lebanon County Tire Collection event will take place on Wednesday, May 1, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Lebanon Expo Center. 

The event is open to Lebanon County residents and requires a valid proof of address. Pre-registration is due Monday, April 15, and can be submitted by scanning the QR code on the flyer or by contacting Lydia Mohn at 717-277-5275 or

Supervisors also heard updates about ongoing projects from Allison Garner of Rettew Associates:

  • DHL revised the as-built plan for the Killinger Road work. Garner said the plan still requires some minor changes before moving forward.
  • The updated plans for the Southgate development were received and require additional changes.
  • The Brandt Road culvert pipe replacement is on track to start in late June following the conclusion of the school year. Garner said the pipe costs about $50,000 and that Rettew Associates will draft bids and easements for the project.
  • The Phase 1B and 4 lot subdivision plans for Garman Builders at Wynfield continue to undergo revision. 

The supervisors also discussed the following topics:

  • The BETA and Hershey project revised plans submission was tabled until March.
  • The 2024 road project includes line painting and partial paving of Reist Road. The line painting is estimated to cost $172,000 and the partial road paving is estimated to cost $20,000 to $25,000. Supervisors unanimously approved a motion to move forward with the improvements this summer.
  • The Royal Road subdivision stormwater agreement and declaration of easement were unanimously approved.
  • A motion to approve Patrick Brewer Carpentry to construct a vestibule in the township building was unanimously approved. The renovation is intended to increase safety of the building and is estimated to cost $12,250.
  • South Annville Township Police Chief Ben Sutcliffe reported there were 182 incidents in January.
  • Motions to approve the January secretary’s report, treasurer’s report and pay the monthly bills were unanimously approved.

South Annville Township supervisors meet at 7 p.m. on the second Wednesday of each month. Meetings are held in the township building at 1042 Horseshoe Pike and are open to the public. Next month’s meeting will be held on Wednesday, March 13.

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Jess Benninger is a reporter for LebTown. She is currently earning a bachelor's degree in English at Lebanon Valley College. When she is not writing, she enjoys hiking, listening to music and learning new things.


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