Valley Township Provides 2020 Roundup

Valley Township Provides 2020 Roundup

VALLEY TOWNSHIP, PA — Patrice Proctor, Chair of the Board of Supervisors for Valley Township, recently provided an update on Township happenings to the Western Chester County Chamber of Commerce.

In 2020, Valley Township appointed Janice Rambo as the new assistant manager secretary. Janice also assumed the duties of Right to Know Officer and Recycling Coordinator. She can be reached at [email protected] or by calling 610 384-5751, ext. 102.

The Township also welcomed new construction by  G.A. Vietri, a multifaceted electrical construction company with a team of highly-skilled construction electricians. The project is a building in Valley View Business Park, which will have 58,835 square feet of mixed-use space including an office, industrial work and warehouse.

Another project in the Valley View, a mixed-use business park, is a new 97,598 square feet machine shop that manufactures stainless steel plate products. The space will be home to Cigas Machine Shop, a leading manufacturer of high-quality stainless steel plate products for industrial, commercial and architectural applications.

Coming soon to Aviation Way is a 28,564 square feet of office space and industrial manufacturing area for a business working in DNA storage systems. According to Proctor, this project is in the primary and final land development stage.

The Chester County Airport has plans to expand the airport on the northside of the runway with a 9,500 square feet terminal expansion, 28 new hangars, and the possibility of 3 non-aviation buildings to be determined in the front of the airport.

Finally, on West Lincoln Highway and Airport Road, Proctor reports that the Valley Suburban Center retail complex is a 63-acre site to be developed as a mixed-use property with 98 townhouses, 192 apartments, and 54,000 square feet of retail space including two restaurant pads, two retail pads, and one retail pad with a drive-thru. The project is currently finalizing road development plans with the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.

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