The materials posted here were presented by representatives of Wawa Inc. to the Olde Towne Civic League (OTCL) on January 24. Members of the OTCL voted to endorse the construction of the convenience store at London and Effingham. There are still outstanding questions regarding security, lighting, aesthetics. The design team that has been working with Wawa Inc. have asked for more representative drawings and greater attention to details that will ensure the store's exterior is consistent with the neighboring architecture. Concerns about the sales of single-sale alcohol are subject to ABC regulation, and Wawa has been in touch with the management of the child care center on the east side of Green Street.
Read the OTCL letter to Council here.
The Effingham Street site, before and after development.
To read the (lengthy) traffic impact analysis, click here.
The earlier information package is shown below.
Wawa proposes to replace the Exxon filling station at the north-eastern corner of Effingham and London with a filling station and a convenience store to the east of it on London Street. For a report on the meetings to date, click here.