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Dickinson gives green light to truck warehouse project

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CARLISLE, Pa. (WHTM) -

After months of community meetings and deliberations, a massive truck warehouse project got the go-ahead from one Cumberland County community.

According to The Sentinel, Dickinson Township supervisors approved the zoning change, which would allow the 3-million square foot facility to be built.

The facility would span three municipalities; Carlisle borough and Dickinson and South Middleton Townships.

Carlisle still has to vote on its zoning changes.

Earlier this month, the project's developer, Goodman Birtcher, withdrew the part of the proposal that fell in West Pennsboro Township because of concerns about access to Ritner Highway.

For more information from The Sentinel, click here: http://cumberlink.com/news/local/govt-and-politics/dickinson-township-approves-zoning-change-for-warehouse-plan/article_2e3f5b12-ae32-11e3-81e9-001a4bcf887a.html

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