Approvals

September 19, 2016 – In The News
In the Zone
  • Carrie Nase-Poust obtained a variance from the Newtown Township Zoning Hearing Board to install more than one business sign for Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia in a medical complex.
  • Carrie Nase-Poust obtained several variances from the Montgomery Township Zoning Hearing Board to exceed the permitted sign area for wall-mounted signs and freestanding sign for Starbucks.
  • Carrie Nase-Poust obtained special exceptions from the Montgomery Township Zoning Hearing Board to allow an automobile repair shop to be constructed in the zoning district as well as several variances to allow wall-mounted signage and a freestanding sign.
  • Carrie Nase-Poust obtained a determination from the Hilltown Township Zoning Hearing Board that a drainage feature did not constitute an Ephemeral Stream.
  • Carrie Nase-Poust and Kimberly Freimuth obtained several sign variances for Starbucks to exceed the sign area, increase the number of directional signs and allow the location of the pylon sign as well as a special exception for the three menu boards.
  • Kimberly Freimuth obtained a variance from the Schuylkill Township Zoning Hearing Board to exceed the maximum lot coverage requirements to allow an expanded deck to be constructed on a residential property.
  • Kimberly Freimuth obtained a special exception from the Concord Township Zoning Hearing Board to permit a juvenile care facility within a shopping center located within the Loop Road Overlay District.
  • Kimberly Freimuth obtained a variance from the Hilltown Township Zoning Hearing Board to exceed the maximum woodland disturbance requirements to allow for the construction of a single-family dwelling.
  • Kimberly Freimuth obtained a special exception from the East Vincent Township Zoning Hearing Board to permit the erection of a public emergency services telecommunications facility with the Industrial Mixed Use District and also obtained a variance to exceed the maximum tower height for the telecommunications facility.
  • Kimberly Freimuth obtained a special exception from the Warwick Township Zoning Hearing Board (Lancaster Co.) to permit an automobile service and repair facility within the local commercial district and also received a variance to exceed the maximum front yard setback, partial variances from landscaping requirements and a variance to exceed the maximum permitted wall sign area in connection with the development of the automobile service and repair facility.

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