An exquisitely detailed umbrella agreement drafted in Harrisburg that stipulates the types of services which PennDOT and local governments are able to provide one another without any money changing hands, was given the official okay by Cranberry’s Board of Supervisors at its July 28 meeting. The reciprocal resource arrangement, which is referred to as an Agility Agreement, covers a five-year period followed by three additional renewal years. Similar agreements are in place throughout the state. Plans for specific transportation-related projects will be jointly developed by the Township and PennDOT District 10 under terms of the agreement. The arrangement applies to such resources as sign trailers, material storage lots, specialty equipment, and the use of meeting rooms. A previous Township agreement with PennDOT lapsed earlier this year. For more information, email Jason.Dailey@CranberryTownship.org, Director, Public Works.