State schedules public meeting on Pinecroft Rutters construction


PINECROFT — There may be some movement in the plans for construction of a Rutter’s convenience store near the Pinecroft interchange of I-99.

The state Department of Environmental Protection has announced it will hold a public hearing at 6:30 p.m.

Aug. 4 at the Pinecroft Volunteer Fire Company regarding M&G Realty Inc.’s application for a DEP Individual National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System permit for stormwater discharges associated with construction activities.

According to the legal ad in the Mirror, M&G of York proposes to construct a Rutter’s convenience store (known as Rutter’s No. 82) with fuel dispensing, parking lot and stormwater best management practices.

A Rutter’s spokeswoman said the company does not discuss the status of permitting.

“We look forward to completing our project at this site once we have all the required approvals,” Olivia Thomas said.

Blair County Planning Commission members reviewed plans in January 2021 for the proposed project which called for construction of a 10,257-square-foot store on a vacant lot at the corner of East Pleasant Valley Boulevard and Sabbath Rest Road. In addition to the store structure, fuel dispensing islands, paved parking areas, various landscaping and stormwater management controls are proposed.

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