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A groundbreaking ceremony is set for 10 a.m. today to celebrate the pending arrival of a 56,000-square-foot ShopRite supermarket at the White Horse Pike plaza in Lawnside, along with about 200 jobs.
Lawnside Mayor Mary Ann Wardlow, local politicians and community leaders are expected to attend the ceremony at 130 White Horse Pike, the site of the former Pathmark supermarket, according to a report at 4-traders.com. The groundbreaking ceremony also was discussed briefly in the most recent Barrington Borough Council meeting.
The Lawnside ShopRite will be operated by Somerset Stores, LLC, which is owned by David and Renee Zallie, according to the report. The supermarket, expected to open this summer, will have:
“We are looking forward to serving Lawnside and its neighboring communities,” David Zallie told 4-traders.com. “This store will offer our customers a combination of ShopRite’s great prices, quality perishable departments, and exceptional customer service.”