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Convenience store eyed for Waynesboro intersection

January 24, 2007|by JENNIFER FITCH

WAYNESBORO, Pa. - The west side of the intersection of CV Avenue and Pa. 16 would be overhauled under plans on file with the Borough of Waynesboro.

A Turkey Hill Minit Market, two retail buildings and a coin-operated laundry service are included in the sketch plan engineered by CEDG of Mechanicsburg, Pa.

A sketch plan recently went before the Waynesboro Planning Commission, which returned the proposal with a list of considerations, Borough Engineer Kevin Grubbs said.

"They're working on their preliminary submission," Grubbs said.

The 3,936-square-foot convenience store is shown on plans at the corner of CV Avenue and West Main Street. Retail structures are shown on its west, while existing laundry facilities are pushed back to the rear of the convenience store.

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The owner of the 4.55-acre site is listed as the "Wkrd family."

Turkey Hill Minit Markets, which sell products from the Turkey Hill Dairy in Lancaster County, Pa., maintains more than 230 stores in Pennsylvania, although this would be the first in Franklin County, according to the company's Web site.

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