SELINSGROVE – In Snyder County, the Penn Township supervisors okayed an expansion project at the former Snyder County 911 Center. The building is now home to the combined Snyder/Union County 911 called the Central Susquehanna Regional 911 Center, or CSR911.
During Wednesday’s public meeting, the supervisors approved the preliminary land development plan for the expansion project. The supervisors also approved four modifications for the project.
Board Chair Jon Payne, “Our planning commission looked it over, our engineers looked at it and we felt confident that the minor changes were suitable, no problem with what they were doing.”
The project will expand the building 4,000 square-feet. The project includes the 911 center, computer room, new restrooms, break room and locker room for employees. A new parking lot will also be added and the existing parking lot will be improved.
Peter Folen, Senior Projects Manager for EADS Architects, who’s the project Design Agent, “We’re excited for the project. We’re excited that we received the grant. the improvements within the facility and the service to the public is going to be a goal we’ve sought for what seems like a long time.”
Bidding for the project opens May 31. The entire project is expected to be completed by next February.