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The newly constructed store created 100 new jobs.
The new Y is slated to open in September 2013.
In other matters, a commissioner and friend of a Bryn Mawr drowning victim Joan Elizabeth Logan spoke about community’s support provided on the day of the 3-year-old’s funeral.
The Planning Committee recommended approval of preliminary plans for constructing big box stores, contingent upon conditions.
Approval of the preliminary plans for a development that includes a Lowes and a supermarket will go before the Board of Commissioners next week.
Haverford College economics professor weighs in on the latest report from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics
Demolition on the vacant building will start Wednesday.
A Bryn Mawr business owner said she is concerned that the signs could fall down.
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