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How will medical marijuana affect real estate? A Pa. lawyer explains

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How will medical marijuana affect real estate? A Pa. lawyer explains

Montgomery County >> As medical marijuana growers and dispensaries gain state approval, the approaching medical marijuana wave in Pennsylvania will impact other businesses, as well, including the commercial real estate market, as growers and dispensaries rent or buy properties for their businesses.

Regional Morning Briefing: Double shooting shocks neighborhood; inmate shocks guard with 'poop bomb'

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Regional Morning Briefing: Double shooting shocks neighborhood; inmate shocks guard with 'poop bomb'

Good Morning. Here are some of the top stories from around the region.

WEATHER

It’s going to be cloudy and a strong possibility of showers along the way. Expect the high to hit about 75 degrees.

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Upper Gwynedd planners vote to deny Wawa project

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Upper Gwynedd planners vote to deny Wawa project

After months of discussion and several more hours of testimony Wednesday, the Upper Gwynedd Planning Commission voted to deny plans for a proposed Wawa fuel station and convenience store on the corner of Sumneytown Pike and West Point Pike.

“Without making a recommendation to approve or reject, the only solution that I guess we can make is to reject approval of the plan, so I guess that’s my motion,” said commission member John Lancaster.

Upper Gwynedd planners vote to neither approve or deny Wawa project

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Upper Gwynedd planners vote to neither approve or deny Wawa project

After months of discussion and several more hours of testimony Wednesday, the Upper Gwynedd Planning Commission would like to hear more about a Wawa project, but ran out of time.

The commission voted Wednesday to neither approve nor deny plans for a proposed Wawa fuel station and convenience store on the corner of Sumneytown Pike and West Point Pike.

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