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Williamstown Proposed Taco Bell Rebuild Modified For Double Lane Drive-Thru. Developers Cite Covid for Need

The Williamstown BHP Taco Bell / KFC was approved last year to be torn down and rebuilt in the center of the lot as a Taco Bell only. Last month (August) they came back to the Planning Board asking to adjust the plans to support a double lane drive-thru. The attorney for the project clearly states that the need for the change was driven by this year's Covid pandemic. 
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Habitat for Humanity Opening Second Camden County ReStore Location in Lawnside. Former Fashion Bug Location

Camden County's Habitat for Humanity organization is opening their second ReStore location in Lawnside NJ, in the Shop-Rite shopping center.  Specifically 10,000 sq ft of space which was previously Fashion Bug.   They are targeting a product mix of new and gently used items in Home Furnishings, Home Decor and Housewares. The Oriental Palace restaurant will be ReStore's next-door neighbor.
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Deptford Warehouses Approved Adjacent to Kinsley Landfill. One Million PLUS Sq Ft. Route 41 Only Access. Five Points Improvements

At the September 9th Deptford Planning Board meeting, approval was awarded for two new warehouses to be developed on a wooded property adjacent to the long closed Kinsley landfill.   The two planned buildings are sized at 891,260 sq ft and a 150,215 sq ft.  In a change from earlier depictions, all traffic will move through Route 41 (Hurfville Road).  This plan will also include updates to the Five Points intersection.   Along Rt 41 they also plan a small retail building which will be presented at a later date.
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