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Friday, July 3, 2020
PRESS PHOTO BY APRIL PETERSONGrading and other work recently started on land allotted for a Wawa store at Cedar Crest Boulevard and Chestnut Street. ABOVE: Earth movers and other heavy equipment are at work on land alloted for a Wawa in Emmaus borough. An additional photo appears on Page A2. PRESS PHOTO BY APRIL PETERSONGrading and other work recently started on land allotted for a Wawa store at Cedar Crest Boulevard and Chestnut Street. ABOVE: Earth movers and other heavy equipment are at work on land alloted for a Wawa in Emmaus borough. An additional photo appears on Page A2.
PRESS PHOTO BY APRIL PETERSONDevelopers Cedar Crest Chestnut Development L.P. came to council in February 2018 to begin the approval process for a Wawa convenience store. Emmaus Borough Council approved Resolution 2019-8 greenlighting land development plans at its Feb. 4 meeting. The new Wawa location, 150 N. 10th St., was projected to open for business later this year or in 2020. PRESS PHOTO BY APRIL PETERSONDevelopers Cedar Crest Chestnut Development L.P. came to council in February 2018 to begin the approval process for a Wawa convenience store. Emmaus Borough Council approved Resolution 2019-8 greenlighting land development plans at its Feb. 4 meeting. The new Wawa location, 150 N. 10th St., was projected to open for business later this year or in 2020.

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