The board is considering the plan because the intersection of Chandler Road and Route 1 presents dangers for northbound traffic crossing Route 1 from Chandler Road.
Resident Bayard Taylor protested the plan at the meeting, saying the relocated Chandler Road would run next to his home. The board agreed to look into alternatives before making a final decision.
The board approved a request from Shirley Hughes, vice president of the Four Seasons Garden Club, to hold the club's monthly meeting at the township building.
The club is involved in various community activities, said Hughes, including making holiday flower arrangements for the Pocopson Home and holding annual Christmas workshops.
"One of the reasons we wanted to move into this building was to encourage community involvment of this type," said Supervisor Robert Mantell.
The board supported amended plans presented by Brandywine Valley Engineers Inc., developers of Chadds Ford West, a commercial business complex at the corner of Route 1 and Ponds Edge Drive.
The change incorporates additional parking space, the elimination of three
carriage houses on the property, dividing one building into two and adding to a building.
Mantell said the plans must go through the township Planning Commission before the board can give final approval.