Cranberry Township is in discussion with Connect 55+, a division of Calamar Inc, for the development of an independent living senior center.

Township manager Eric Heil told the Cranberry Township Economic Development Committee at the panel’s monthly meeting Tuesday that he had conversations with a representative of Calamar who expressed interest in a site of six to seven acres.

Randy Bartley, reporter for The Derrick and The News-Herald, can be reached at 814-226-7000 or at randybartley.thederrick@gmail.com

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