Wawa Plans Postponed, Cul-De-Sac Approved At Bristol Zoning Meeting

The front of the Wawa located at the intersection of New Falls and Wistar Roads in Bristol Township. Photo by Kyle Fanelli.

Another Wawa for Bristol Township has been delayed as its presentation was postponed at last night’s Zoning Hearing Board meeting. The board has also approved a new cul-de-sac on the north side of Bristol Pike.

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Gas prices at the Wawa at the intersection of New Falls Road and Wistar Road. Photo by Kyle Fanelli.

The new Wawa is planned for the 5300 block of Bristol-Emilie Road which sits just half a mile away from two other Wawa stores on either side. However, this new location will include a gas station and fill the five acre property. Next month’s meeting is scheduled for Aug. 12.

However, the meeting was fairly productive as the Zoning Hearing Board approved a new Cul-De-Sac near the 1600 block of Grieb Avenue. Feasterville resident Tadeusz Dlugi will be building one home to live in himself, another for his daughter, and three more to go up for sale.

The township had zoned the land for residential use in 2006, but it has gone underutilized. Dlugi confirmed the new homes will also implement curbing and sidewalks for the street which currently has neither.

Two neighbors came to the meeting to ask Dlugi a few questions. Then, they welcomed the builder into their community.