HARMAR, Penn. — The zoning board has permitted Sheetz to construct a drive-thru window for its upcoming location, according to Triblive.com.
The site would be the first c-store in the region to feature a drive-thru, noted the article. The board also approved variances for signs related to the drive-thru.
No objections were raised to the proposals, stated the article. The signs are meant to help guide customers around the store.
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The facility includes a 6,500-square foot store, gas pumps and a carwash, reported the article. It will be one of about two dozen of the chain’s 500 locations to include a drive-thru.
The plans for the drive-thru will next be presented to the town’s planning commission for final approval, shared the article. Construction could begin in spring 2016.
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