SANATOGA PA – Haines and Kibblehouse Inc., the construction materials and contracting company with operations spread over several states, has re-scheduled its hearing before the Lower Pottsgrove Zoning Hearing Board on its request to erect a two-sided digital display billboard on property off South Sanatoga Road.
An earlier hearing, scheduled for the board’s Sept. 21 (2010) agenda, was canceled by the company.
An advertisement of the zoning board hearing, now re-scheduled for Nov. 17 (2010; Wednesday) at 6 p.m. in the municipal building, appeared Wednesday (Oct. 27) in The (Pottstown PA) Mercury newspaper, the township’s publication of record for legal notices.
- This event has been added to The Post calendar.
Montgomery County property records indicate the parcel on which the sign would be located, No. 420001856001, is a 12.94-acre property purchased in 1980. Its accompanying map shows the property has extensive frontage along U.S. Route 422, where an existing Haines and Kibblehouse sign atop a hill is visible from the highway’s west- and east-bound lanes. That sign would be replaced by the new one, according to the advertisement. The property is near H&K’s Pottstown-Sanatoga Trap Rock Quarry, and is zoned for light industrial use.
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Photo from the Haines and Kibblehouse website