Gateway signage to be part of Greensburg GetGo project

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Former Family Video store on S. Main Street in Greensburg

GREENSBURG — Gateway signage for the City of Greensburg will be included at a new GetGo fuel station and convenience store slated to be built at the former Family Video store along S. Main Street.

The project, which will be located at 531 S. Main St., consists of tearing down the Family Video building and constructing a new gas station. Signage featuring the Greensburg name will be built on the southern portion of the land “perfectly suited for signage announcing the city along one of its busiest transportation corridors,” said Jeff Raykes, city planning director.

The project received conditional approval from city council members this week. Conditions include a $25,000 donation from Giant Eagle, the company that owns GetGo, that will go toward construction of the signage. Other conditions included in the motion are related to stormwater management and officials receiving a higher occupancy permit from PennDOT.

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