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Written by Candace Perry Correspondent
June 22, 2016

                With a new sketch plan for a possible Hendricks Road development in Red Hill and Upper Hanover presented to the Red Hill Planning Commission, one of the priority issues is parking for future residents and their guests.

                Ben Goldthorpe, representing the developer Select Properties, introduced a new sketch plan for the development at the June 16 meeting of the Red Hill Planning Commission.

                A group of concerned local property owners were on hand to hear the presentation. Goldthorpe stated that the plan reduced the number of townhomes from 200 to 160, and had increased parking from 150 spaces, on the earlier plan, to 185....



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