The supervisors made both approvals conditional on construction of a water system to serve the developments as well as Valley Springs, north of the Route 30 Bypass, which is already under construction. McGinn and Savastio have agreed to construct a water system with drilled wells and a water tower and to turn them over to the township.
In other business:
* The supervisors rejected by a 5-0 vote plans by A M S Enterprises for a 42-home development at Kings Highway and Mount Airy Road. The township Planning Commission had recommended rejection because of concerns about an on- site sewage treatment plant. The developer may submit revised plans, according to Donald Weierbach, Planning Commission chairman.
* Township solicitor Roger Legg told the supervisors he had submitted his final brief to the state Environmental Hearing Board in Harrisburg, which will rule on an order by the state Department of Environmental Resources shutting down the toxic waste solidification process at Delaware Container Corp.
The company appealed the DER order to the hearing board. Legg said he did not know when the board would issue its ruling on whether the company will be allowed to resume the process. The township opposes the company's request.