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Yes, but council asks, where it should go?

February 7, 2013

In the wake of a rejected zoning change request that would have added business district space on Big Tree Road in Sugar Grove Borough, members of borough council are looking for insight as to where......

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Feb-08-13 5:52 AM

As they state it is quite appealing to sell property to a business for top dollar, so now they are picking winners and losers in the community asto where THEY think a business should be put. Sounds alot like the federal government when they try to pick winners and losers with business grants.

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Feb-07-13 11:29 AM

As I posted on the other article re: horse droppings:

"I may be simple, but sometimes simple solutions work the best. Horse diapers! No really, it's called a bun-bag. A horse and buggy are easily equipped with a bag that strings behind the horse's behind and collects the road apples before they can hit the road. Once their destination is reached, the bag contents can be disposed of properly. If you would talk with them, I don't think there would be much of an objection, it's a really old concept and requires no electricity or plumbing."

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Feb-07-13 10:53 AM

Sugar Grove is more concerned with horse manure. They should focus on the crime in their community and how they might attract business. Seriously, Gary Fry, how do you expect the Amish to clean it up .... stop the buggy in traffic ? The drunks driving from the Am Vets is more of a concern for Sugar Grove and the surrounding communities.

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Feb-07-13 8:51 AM

Why not have a fertilizer store selling the Amish folks' horse droppings swept up from the streets? It'd be in the turd building on the left!!!!

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Feb-07-13 7:22 AM

Sugar Grove should do as Farmington Twp.s did and leave County Zoning.

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