Lower Pottsgrove Planning Commission members Monday got an advanced look at, but took no action on, a proposal by JT's Wheels and Deals Auto Sales to enlarge its vehicle lot on North Charlotte Street.
The proposed Redner's fueling station at North Charlotte and Mervine streets in Lower Pottsgrove is moving quickly through township approvals. It earned Planning Commission recommendations Monday.
Five variances and a special exception are being sought by Redner's Warehouse Markets to re-develop a convenience store and gas station property at 1258 N. Charlotte St. Lower Pottsgrove's Zoning Hearing Board considers those requests Tuesday (tonight).
Bassett Industries is nationally recognized for its work to customize metal tubing, piping, and other items for a variety of clients. To better meet their needs, the company wants to again expand in Lower Pottsgrove.
Lower Pottsgrove planning commissioners Monday could have required two separate meetings for what amounted to only requested lot line changes on a local property. Instead, they offered an alternative.
Property owners on Snell Road received conditional approval Monday from the Lower Pottsgrove Planning Commission for their plans to build a barn on a portion of their 15-acre tract.
Probably like many other people, Lower Pottsgrove planning commissioners are tired of meeting online. They'll resume in-person sessions beginning June 21 (Monday) and continue until year's end.
Monday night's meeting of the Lower Pottsgrove Planning Commission, originally scheduled for 6:30 on the Zoom conferencing platform, was canceled, the township reported.