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Bucks Officials Threaten Legal Action Against Wawa

Officials in a Bucks County community are preparing to take legal action against popular convenience store chain Wawa over alleged zoning violations.

Warminster Township leaders say Wawa has cut down trees and removed an Orchard Avenue height bar, which prevented truck traffic, near its Street Road location, according to the Bucks County Courier Times.

Township Supervisor Jason Crowley said, "Quite frankly, I expect better of a group like that. We have great companies in this town that support youth leagues I don't understand why this fell apart." Officials said the township will take legal action to get the store to abide by zoning regulations. That includes paperwork with the district justice that calls for a $500 a day fine for continued violations.


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