Carbon County planners voted on eight subdivision proposals within the county recently.

During the monthly meeting of the county planning commission, the board reviewed the proposals and provided their recommendations on the plans. Their recommendations are as follows:

Ÿ Glenn Mayer and Debra Orban; and Andrea A. Brown, owner, received conditional plan rejection until all comments are adequately addressed and mitigated for their proposed subdivision at 2430 Little Gap Road, Lower Towamensing Township.. The plan calls for subdividing 34.8872 acres into two lots.

Ÿ Diocese of Allentown received conditional plan approval for its proposed plan to subdivide .52 acres at 14 Chestnut St. in the Village of Tresckow, Banks Township. St. Michael's Archangel Church, rectory and grotto are situated at that address. The plan calls for creating three lots.

Ÿ Darryl and Lorena Borger; and Marie Taschler, received plan approval for their proposed subdivision at 984/1000 Main Road, Franklin Township. The plan calls for subdividing Taschler's .309-acre lot into a .269-acre lot and a .04-acre lot. The .04-acre lot would then be combined with Borgers' .1-acre lot to make a .14-acre lot.

Ÿ Patricia A. Reese received conditional plan rejection until all comments are adequately addressed and mitigated for her proposed land development at 730 Pine Run Road, Towamensing Township. The plan calls for subdividing 19.645 acrese into four lots.

Ÿ Pencor Services received plan approval for its proposed land development at 508/510/524 Delaware Ave., Palmerton. The plan calls for combining four lots into a 1.05-acre lot, which will be used for parking.

Ÿ Matthew P. Eroh received conditional plan rejection until all comments are adequately addressed and mitigated for his proposed subdivision at 937 Packer Drive, Packer Township. The plan calls for subdividing 57.92 acres into three lots.

Ÿ The estate of June R. Walk received conditional plan approval for the proposed subdivision at 19/21 Second Ave., Lehighton. The plans call for subdividing .157 acres into two lots.

Ÿ Jim and Linda Schlier, owners of Schlier's Service Center, received plan approval for a proposed land development at the existing Schlier's Service Center complex on SR 534, Kidder Township. Plans call for constructing a .65-acre gravel secured parking area and storm water control basin; relocating two existing shipping containers; and installing parking spaces and a subsurface storm water retention system.