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Stop The Washington Crossing Shopping Center

224 Signatures Goal: 500

Say NO to the Washington Crossing Community Shopping Center! 


Please help defend Washington Crossing by stopping the proposed zoning variance required to expand the “community shopping center” on General Washington Memorial Blvd/Route 532. The proposed new Dunkin Donuts Quick Service Restaurant and new “7-Eleven like Convenience Store” will alter the essential character of the neighborhood and be detrimental to the public welfare. The proposed property does not meet the minimum 4 acres required by our zoning for a shopping center and will not provide the required buffering, landscaping, parking or safe delivery access required for a shopping center in Washington Crossing. Our zoning laws should be defended and should not be broken for a shopping center.

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  • Anonymous
    Anonymous
    Jul 03, 2015
    Jul 03, 2015
    I can understand corporations striving to generate profits but if one more store is needed - as it always is with corporations - there are likely dozens of more environmentally and community-friendly locations than in peaceful communities such as WC.
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    Gerhard Puchner Austria
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