Development in and near Irvington raises concerns; councilman Marchetti resigns

AnnGardner Eubank

by AnnGardner Eubank

IRVINGTON—With the rapid development and commercialization occurring throughout the lower portion of the Lancaster County, some Irvington residents are concerned their quaint and peaceful town will lose its charm and individuality.

During the town council’s March 10 meeting, several residents raised related concerns.

Resident George Kuper said he is concerned about the Lancaster planning commission’s recent approvals of several zoning changes along Irvington Road. With increases in traffic as well as the expansion and emergence of large businesses and buildings, he fears much of the area will become an “eyesore,” he said.

Councilman Wayne Nunnally moved council write a letter of concern to the county planning commission regarding the commercialization of Irvington Road. Council unanimously endorsed….


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