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Express Car Wash / Former Sunoco - 1715 Foulk Rd (Foulk & Silverside)  


Community Meeting Sept 1 @ 6:30 PM @ Brandywine Library
Foulk Rd re App. No. 2010-0517-S - Former Sunoco Station, Foulk & Silverside Roads

This community meeting will address any concerns you may have, including the retrofitted building’s appearance, buffers, setbacks, stacking lane capacity, traffic impact, facilities and amenities.  This will be a wonderful opportunity for both you and me to meet the applicant and obtain answers to our important questions.

 

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Latest News:
11/30/2018
  Walker's Bank deemed unsafe, will be demolished
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  Councilman announces details of redevelopment at former AstraZeneca site
7/18/2018
  We are not developers: Under new ownership the DuPont Country Club will emphasize community
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"Iíd like to express my appreciation to Councilman Bob Weiner who exhibits strength, determination and fortitude and is always on the side of the people. I followed Bobís actions when he was head of CCOBH's zoning committee and made strong efforts to try to stop the Brandywine Town Center construction. He has continued with energy and zeal in many pivotal positions in spite of enduring a lot of negative professional and personal attacks. I appreciate that he is never deterred."

Judy Magee

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