WHITE TOWNSHIP: Planners approve Sheetz's request for expansion
The White Township Planners approved plans to remodel the Sheetz store at Ben Franklin and Warren Roads at their monthly meeting Tuesday night.
The final site plan includes a 1,400-square-foot addition, with space in the back for a walk-in cooler and a canopy-area in the front. They were approved pending appropriate building permits.
Also Tuesday, the planners approved a 0.3-acre side-lot addition to Tim Pittman’s property at 621 College Lodge Road; a final subdivision of Indiana County Municipal Services Authority’s property at 602 Kolter Drive into a 2.4-acre lot and a 4-acre lot, both accessing Kolter Drive through a shared driveway; and a final site plan for an Allstate sign on Route 119 North.
The planners also voted to allow Tyson Swain, to demolish his dilapidated garage at 74 East Pike and build a new one extending 1 foot away from the existing one. The planners agreed the modification improved the existing conditions. Planners also offered comment to two sketch plans.
They recommended Gregory Lake and Tannen Stahley-Lake tie into the township sewer lines as part of their plans to build a medical office on their property at 163 Plaza Road and asked to see sewage flows, a parking lot plan and a stormwater plan. And they recommended B&L Properties II decrease the number of units planned for a building at 550 Grandview Ave. so as to stay within the township’s density limits and to keep from having to extend a parking lot over an alley.