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West Penn wins first round in dispute of roadside stand

Published March 13. 2013 05:02PM

West Penn Township won the first round in its dispute with Steven C. Dunn, 59 Peach Drive, New Ringgold, in their dispute over zoning pemits to operate a commercial seasonal roadside stand at the intersection of state routes 309 and 443 in South Tamaqua.

After a brief hearing before Schuylkill County Judge Jacqueline Russell, Attorney Gretchen Sterns, solicitor for the township, informed the court a temporary agreement was reached with Dunn that he will not open for business the farmer's stand in April as he planned but will wait until either a settlement is reached with the township or by court action.

The township filed a petition for a temporary restraining order to prevent Dunn from reopening the farm stand until the charges of violating the township's zoning ordinance are resolved. The injunction suit has been placed on hold.

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