I have been sitting on this. I knew East Whiteland was working hard to get the derelict building that had a fire Christmas Eve, 2016 next to the WaWa at Route 30 and Planebrook, behind Osman’s Pizza in Frazer (a/k/a 577 Lancaster Ave) demolished.
The structure was never repaired. In my opinion it was also never properly secured all these years. It was featured a lot on this blog.
So anyway this was a situation that bothered lots of people, including East Whiteland Township staff and elected officials. Township staff and Supervisor Scott Lambert kept chipping away at the issue, and finally last week I was told there would be good news come Monday morning.
On Friday if you were around the WaWa, you saw equipment being dropped off.
Well it’s Monday, and I have good news: as you can see from the video this hideous, derelict structure is finally coming down.
I know you all think all I do is criticize local government but I am going to thank East Whiteland because as we learned from them trying to get Malvern Meetinghouse down for years, it doesn’t happen overnight.
Thank you East Whiteland!
Any criticism i have read is more than justified.
You are merely bringing touchy situations to their attention.
Keep it up
Yes, thank God. The stupidity and insanity for years after the fire of having an unsecured fire hazard next to gas pumps is finally over.