A pilot survey to identify improvements that Cranberry residents want to see is about to get underway in Fernway. The survey, which was presented to the Board of Supervisors at its February 28 meeting, is the first step in an ambitious, communitywide neighborhood reinvestment project. It will attempt to ascertain what, if anything, residents of the Township’s longest-established plans need for their neighborhoods to thrive. Fernway – Cranberry’s first major housing plan – will also be the first development to be included in the project. However, the choice of Fernway was hastened by several extenuating circumstances. One is the Freedom Road Turnpike bridge widening project, which is taking place at Fernway’s front door. The other involves deciding what should take the place of two buildings which formerly housed Sweet Licks and Paint Monkey, both of which were acquired for demolition by PennDOT as part of the bridge’s right of way.