A Super Wawa or similar project that combines gasoline stations with food preparation stores probably will never be built in Cherry Hill again, according to a new ordinance that late last year amended the Township’s zoning code.
Even building a new gasoline station could be a stretch in the Township because of the new zoning regulations.
Wright was a leader in the community’s 18-month heated battle against plans to build a Super Wawa at the corner of the Barclay Farm Shopping Center on Route 70, near the entrance to the Barclay Farm neighborhood. The owner of the shopping center on December 21 pulled its application to the Township.
While that Wawa war was being waged – with some Township officials expressing their own concerns about the Barclay Farm plan – the Township Council began to consider adopting a model ordinance from the state that encourages electric vehicle charging spaces.
The Township customized that model ordinance, adding sections addressing gasoline fueling stations. Council voted unanimously to adopt it in late September.
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