A rezoning ordinance could help develop 'desperately' needed child care facility

 

April 25, 2024

OLIVIA ROSE / Petersburg Pilot

The current parking area for Petersburg Children's Center, where the child care center hopes to develop a new building to house the Eagle's Nest after school program in the future.

To free up preschool classroom space, Petersburg Children's Center (PCC) hopes to build a parking lot and a new building to house the Eagle's Nest after-school program.

The Petersburg Borough Assembly is considering a rezoning ordinance proposed by PCC, passing it in the first of three readings April 15. If approved by the assembly two more times, the ordinance will rezone four lots that are currently leased by PCC, changing the zoning for the areas from residential to public use.

PCC wants to build a small parking lot across the street from their current parking area located on the corner of...



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