Lower Pottsgrove commissioners heard no objections, and had none themselves, to a request for approval of a liquor license transfer to the Royal Farms store proposed for Armand Hammer Boulevard. It was quickly and unanimously accepted.
A public hearing involving the transfer of a liquor license to Two Farms Inc., the developer of the proposed Royal Farms store on Armand Hammer Boulevard, has been scheduled by Lower Pottsgrove commissioners for May 19.
A.D. Moyer Lumber plans to install a modern rack system to store products on its property. Lower Pottsgrove's Zoning Hearing Board granted three variances requested to make the project possible.
Positive developments in recent weeks have Royal Farms considering submission of a more comprehensive land development plan for its proposed Armand Hammer Boulevard store in Lower Pottsgrove, the township manager said Tuesday.
In a conditional use hearing, Lower Pottsgrove commissioners heard information on and asked questions about the convenience store company's proposal for a fueling station on Armand Hammer Boulevard.
A conditional use hearing on the proposed Royal Farms convenience store and fueling station at 300 Armand Hammer Blvd. will be held Thursday (tonight) at 6 p.m. in Sunnybrook Ballroom. It's open to the public.
Cooking up its famous fried chicken may take awhile yet but, if it wins township regulatory clearances, fast-food and convenience store operator Royal Farms has announced its hopes to open in Lower Pottsgrove.