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Clear Spring Zoning Board approves relocation of pharmacy

January 22, 2002

Clear Spring Zoning Board approves relocation of pharmacy



CLEAR SPRING - Town zoning board members have cleared the way for the town's pharmacy to relocate from the outskirts of town to a more convenient location.

The granting of a special exception was announced Monday evening, one week after a public hearing in which only positive testimony was heard from townspeople.

Jerry and Gail Aleshire, who have operated Clear Spring Pharmacy at 12621 National Pike for five years, will now be able to move the business to 21 S. Mill St., renovating a former residence into the pharmacy, office space and a second-floor apartment.

"The zoning appeals board has determined that the requested change will not adversely affect the public, health, safety, security, morals or general welfare," the letter to the Aleshires said.

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In addition, no traffic problems or dangers to the neighborhood were foreseen as a result of the change, the board members said in the letter.

The granting of the exception doesn't affect the zoning district, which remains town residential.

The new location will include parking, a handicapped-accessible entrance and van parking space. The hours will remain 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

- Marlo Barnhart

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