Developer Robert Pitts received approval last week to build a new self-storage facility on 26 acres of land he owns in Vernon Township, Pa. Pitts intends to construct two buildings containing 20 units each at 14458 Conneaut Lake Road. Each building will be 20 feet wide and 100 feet long. If the units lease up quickly, Pitt might add two more structures next year, according to the source.
A public hearing was held prior to the supervisor’s work session to discuss the proposal, which required a special-use permit, said Robert Horvat, township manager and zoning officer. Chairman Don Maloney and supervisors Joseph Baiera, Gregory Smith and Gary Wagner all voted in favor of the zoning request during a March 1 meeting.
Known as the “Golden Link” for its central location between Conneaut Lake and Meadville, Vernon Township is the business center of Crawford County, according to its website.
The Meadville Tribune, Vernon Leaders Approve New Self-Storage Facility in the Township