Proposed improvements to Girl Scout Camp Mosey Wood are one step closer to becoming a reality.

During the Carbon County Planning Commission meeting on Tuesday, the board voted to recommend conditional plan approval for the proposed land development at Camp Mosey Wood in Kidder Township.

Plans call for the construction of a 5,450-square-foot lodge building, replacing an existing change house, and building an 872-linear-foot zip line over Mosey Wood Pond, as well as towers, an access road and a challenge course associated with the proposed zip line.

Ivan O. Meixell Jr., county planner, explained to the board that the plan lacks minor preliminary/final plan requirements of the Kidder Township Land Development Ordinance and outlined the problems that need to be addressed.

Issues include the adjoining land owners are not shown on the plan, tax parcel number conflicts with the parcel number listed, sewage facilities planning module not submitted, and certification of ownership and acknowledgement of plan not signed and notarized yet.

Meixell then recommended conditional plan approval. The plan now goes to Kidder Township for determination.

In other matters, the board voted on the following plans:

Ÿ Donald H. Dorward Sr. received conditional plan rejection for a proposed subdivision at 475 Rock St., Franklin Township. The plans call for subdividing 50.283 acres into three lots.

Meixell outlined 13 issues that needed to be addressed to meet the Franklin Township Land Development Ordinances.

Ÿ Susan K. Dorward received conditional plan rejection for a proposed subdivision at 780 Rock St., Franklin Township. Plans call for subdividing 51.218 acres into two lots, as well as a lot line revision.

Meixell said there were two zoning issues, as well as 10 subdivision and land development ordinance issues that needed to be addressed.

Ÿ Thomas R. and Heather D. Ring received conditional plan approval for a proposed subdivision at 1820 Lower Smith Gap Road, Lower Towamensing Township. Plans call for subdividing 36.787 acres into two lots and constructing a two-story residential structure/attached garage on lot two.