Last year, Cranberry revised its requirements for Planned Residential Developments to include various amenities including streetscape enhancements, street lights and pedestrian pockets with benches. But some of those requirements are about to be changed. In certain instances, such as streetlights, the requirements were deemed to be redundant. For example, most developments provide lamp posts on each property, so there is already plenty of lighting in place, and bright streetlamps in those neighborhoods don’t always fit the character of the area. At its July 26 meeting, Cranberry’s Board of Supervisors accepted public comments on code amendments changing the requirements for streetlights, removing stormwater basin seating areas, and certain streetscape enhancements. The reason behind the revisions is to secure a distinctive, traditional look for the community and, at the same time, reduce the long-term cost of maintenance for the homeowners associations as well as the Township. The Board will consider adopting the revisions at its August 2 meeting.