Caterer wants to add an­tique shop

North Penn Life - - News - By Bradley Sch­legel bschlegel@jour­nalregis­ter. com

The owner of Crys­tal Rose Ca­ter­ing wants to add an an­tique shop in­side his prop­erty at 56 E. Broad St. in HDW­fiHOG BRrRugK.

“This pro­posal is in the early, early stages,” owner Bert Proulx said.

HDW­fiHOG BRrRugK CRunFiO dis­cussed the is­sue at its Feb. 6 pub­lic meet­ing.

The build­ing, which Proulx owns, en­com­passes ap­prox­i­mately 16,000 square feet. He said the plan is to uti­lize the ban­quet room IrRP WKH ERrRugK’s ROG firH­house as a shop for an­tique or unique gifts.

Proulx sug­gested con­tract­ing with some other deal­ers to dis­play their items.

He said he en­vi­sions a fa­cil­ity sim­i­lar to Poor Richards in Doylestown.

BRrRugK RI­fiFiDOs KDvH de­ter­mined that an an­tique store and an off-site caterer would be al­lowed, ac­cord­ing WR BRrRugK 0DnDgHr 0iNH DeFi­nis.

He said cer­tain cri­te­ria must be met to op­er­ate two uses in the build­ing.

“All bor­ough de­part­ments DrH wRrNing wiWK WKH Eusi­ness owner to achieve his goal,” DeFi­nis wrote in a Feb. 12 email.

Sherry Post, the founder and owner of Sim­ple Brandz Inc., said the pro­posed shop won’t af­fect her health food busi­ness.

How­ever, Post said she plans on re­lo­cat­ing soon within Mont­gomery County.

“The busi­ness will still be EDsHG in HDW­fiHOG,” 3RsW sDiG Feb. 14.

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