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Pennsylvania Court Finds Solid Waste Recycling Facility Violated Ordinance

Pennsylvania Court Finds Solid Waste Recycling Facility Violated Ordinance

On July 15, the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania affirmed a 2014 decision from Lehigh County in a zoning dispute in South Whitehall Township.

The Commonwealth Court, much as the Lehigh County Court of Common Pleas did, found appellant Huckleberry Associates’ operation of a solid waste recycling facility in South Whitehall Township to be in violation of the local zoning ordinance.

The matter came before judges Dan Pellegrini, Bonnie Brigance Leadbetter and Rochelle S. Friedman, with Friedman representing the Court by authoring the opinion.

Huckleberry owns six contiguous parcels of land totaling 63.7 acres, located at 4359 Huckleberry Road in South Whitehall Township, in the rural holding zoning district.

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