If you live on Deep Hollow Road or Riverside Drive and have high watermarks on your buildings or properties, the Cranberry Township Supervisors would like you to tell them.
Township Manager Chad Findlay relayed a message from the Army Corps of Engineers that homeowners and businesses should reach out to the township building with any information about high watermarks in those areas ahead of construction planned there for October. The township, he said, will forward it on to the Army Corps of Engineers as they plan for that project this fall.
New entry doors for the township building were one of the board’s approved expenditures Thursday. The doors, said Findlay, will allow for improved security for township staff.