LOWER POTTSGROVE PA – What do a popular discount supermarket and a private faith-based school, both located in Lower Pottsgrove, have in common? A need to grow, according to the township’s engineering firm, Bursich Associates.
Both the Aldi’s grocery store, 297 Armand Hammer Blvd., and Coventry Christian Academy, 699 N. Pleasant View Rd., have notified the township and its engineers of their plans to construct additions to existing buildings at their locations, the Board of Commissioners learned Monday (Oct. 3, 2016) in a report from Bursich representative Chad Camburn.
An Aldi’s representative and its engineer met last Thursday (Sept. 29, 2016) with township staff members to discuss a proposed 1,220-square-foot addition to the Armand Hammer Boulevard store. The extra space would be used for storage purposes, and not retailing, Camburn said.
Earlier, on Sept. 15, Coventry Christian submitted plans for a 12,000-square-foot addition to its gymnasium and events building, Camburn added. Those are currently being reviewed, he said.
Both projects would also be subject to appropriate municipal reviews, such as those conducted by the township Planning Commission. They have not yet been scheduled.
Related (to the Lower Pottsgrove Board of Commissioners’ Oct. 3 meeting):
- Aldi’s Market, Coventry Christian Plan To Grow
- Township Police Nab First-School-Day Speeders
- Who Goes There? No One Without A Card
- South Park Road Extension Concerns Engineer
- Design Plans Tweaked For Rupert Road Bridge
- Township Exec Session Delays Meeting Start
- Board Pushes Back On Sanatoga Green Urgency
- Three Arrests At Pottsgrove High In September
- Commissioners To Again Discuss Sanatoga Green
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