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The borough’s planning board is expected to move forward with steps related to the White Horse Pike redevelopment project during its regular meeting at 7:30 p.m. March 25 at borough hall.
Representatives from Wawa and from Barrington Restaurant LLC are expected at the meeting. The borough signed an agreement with Barrington Restaurant LLC in August to oversee placement of Wawa and a 10,000 square-foot restaurant with a liquor license in the area.
Barrington Restaurant LLC is a subsidiary of Delco Development LLC, which purchased the liquor license that had been held by The Roadhouse Saloon and Steakhouse until it closed.
Hurdles remaining before the project include land acquisition of the Shiv Estates, which is a portion of the Victor’s Liquors property on the White Horse Pike, and the Duckrey property, where the long-closed Bok Bok Fresh building sits. Acquisition of the strip of land between the Victor’s Liquors building and the White Horse Pike (the Shiv Estate) is intended to allow for creation of a left-turn lane to maintain the flow of traffic in the area.