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Royal Farms gets green light for beer sales

RIDLEY TOWNSHIP It’s a go for beer and wine sales at Royal Farms convenience store and gas station at 105 S. Stewart Ave.

The commissioners Wednesday night approved a request by the Baltimore-based company for an inter-municipal transfer of the liquor license from Campbell’s Boat House Inc. in Upper Providence to its store in the township. Campbell’s has been demolished to make way for a new Wawa at the intersection of Route 252 and the Media By-Pass.

“This is no different from what Acme does, what Wawa does,” said Bob Willert, president of the board of commissioners.

Both of these stores sell beer and wine. Wawa’s only alcohol outlet in Delaware County is at its store on Naamans Creek Road at Route 202 in Concord Township. Wawa had to design a section in the store to accommodate a separate section used for beer sales, and seating adequate to meet the state’s restaurant requirement.

The Royal Farms on Stewart Avenue already has seating for 30 customers inside its township location.

Attorney Jonathan Jordan made the case for Royal Farms for the liquor license transfer at a public hearing before the commissioners on Dec. 14. He told the commissioners it is company policy to allow only one alcoholic drink for consumption inside the store. No open containers can be carried to picnic tables outside the store.

“It’s not a place for a ‘night on the town,’” Jordan assured the commissioners.

“Royal Farms answered all our questions,” Willert said. “One beer at a time while you are inside, but plenty of chicken.”

Royal Farms is noted for its fried chicken.

Jordan said security cameras will monitor both inside and outside the store and Royal Farms policy is to “card” anyone who appears to be under the age of 40. For take-out, two six packs of beer or four bottles of wine would be the limit. Beer sales will be allowed between 7 a.m. and 2 a.m., but wine sales will stop at 11 p.m.

“I have not had any calls from residents about the liquor license transfer, and no one had any objection. No one opposed the transfer at the hearing,” Willert noted.

Jordan said Royal Farms has 13 stores in Pennsylvania. There are three in the county, one in Upper Chichester, one in Glenolden and the township store. There are 180 stores in the family-owned company founded in 1959. The company sells beer and wine at their locations in Maryland and Virginia. Royal Farms is also attempting to get a liquor license at its stores in Hatfield, Montgomery County, and in Littlestown, Adams County.

Beer and wine sales will soon be available at the Upper Chichester location.

“We bought a license that was already in Upper Chichester,” Jordan said.

There was no word on just when beer and wine will be available at the Stewart Avenue location.

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Woodlands Township News & Notes: Dec. 24




Visit The Woodlands, the marketing group that works to promote the community as a tourist and visitor destination, has named Josie Lewis to lead sales efforts as Convention Development Manager.

Lewis had previously served as the group’s convention development specialist, a post she held for nearly two years. In that role, she developed relationships with local hotels as part of an effort to expand the convention and meeting business in The Woodlands. In her new role, Lewis will oversee all convention sales activities, be the lead contact for meeting planners and will work to encourage groups to hold their events at township hotels.

The Woodlands has 14 hotels and 11 million square feet of leisure, dining, and entertainment space, with figures from the Texas Office of the Governor showing that tourism supports more than 3,900 jobs in the community.

“The meetings industry is a key driver of economic value for The Woodlands, in terms of creating jobs and revenue for The Township,” said Bruce Rieser, chairman of Visit The Woodlands, in a press release.

Rieser, who is also a member of The Woodlands Township Board of Directors, said with the strong corporate and business environment in the township, meetings play a key role in conducting business, creating innovation and collaboration.

“From walking trade show floors to sharing ideas in a group settings, to launching new ventures, the unique value of meetings in The Woodlands cannot be replicated by conference calls or emails,” Rieser said in the release.

Before joining Visit The Woodlands, Lewis had worked in front office operations in downtown Houston an in hotel sales at the JW Downtown Houston. She is a graduate of The Hilton School of Hospitality Management within The University of Houston, with a bachelor’s degree in restaurant and hotel management.


Woodlands officials want residents to know there will be a change in scheduling in the collection of trash and recycling items during the holidays. On Christmas Day and on New Year’s Day, both of which fall on a Monday, there will be no pick-ups. Instead collection services on both days and all subsequent days of the week will be delayed by one day. Monday collections will be pushed back to Tuesday, while collections for the rest of the week will be pushed back by a day as well. Households usually scheduled for Friday service will have their trash and recycling collected on Saturday. The scheduling change affects all services, including trash, recycling, yard trimmings and bulk pick-up.

As for the The Woodlands Recycling Center, the facility will maintain its normal operating hours, being open on Wednesdays, 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., and Saturdays, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The Recycling Center is located at 5310 Research Forest Drive, next to the Recreation Center at Bear Branch Park.

Also, officials are offering guidelines to residents for holiday recycling:

* Break down smaller gift and mailing boxes to consolidate into one box.

* Put extra paper wrappings in a paper bag or small box.

* Place bags and boxes at the curb next to the recycling cart.

* The holiday recycling truck is a traditional rear-loading truck reserved only for holiday boxes and wrappings.

Also, officials said residents should not include plastic bags, Styrofoam, bubble wrap, ribbons, decorations or Christmas lights. Failure to follow guidelines will result in items being left at the curb.

Green Christmas trees will be picked up weekly by the yard trimmings truck as part of regularly scheduled curb side services. The tree stand, lights and all decorations should be removed from the trees.


With New Year’s Eve approaching, The Woodlands Township Fire Department wants people to be aware that the township’s covenants ban the use or sale of fireworks and sparklers. Fire officials warn that with the township set in a vast pine forest, errant sparks from fireworks have the potential of turning into a destructive fire. Residents are encouraged to report the sale of or use of fireworks by calling The Woodlands Fire Department non-emergency line at 281-362-3900.


The Woodlands Express, which operates a commuter bus service between several locations in The Woodlands into Houston, won’t be operating on Christmas or New Year’s Day. The service will resume its normal schedule on Tuesday, the day after Christmas, Dec. 26, then again on the day after New Year’s, Tuesday, Jan. 2.


For local residents who’d like to serve the community township officials want to get the word out that more 100 positions will be up for election in February to serve on The Woodlands Residential Design Review Committees and the assorted Village Associations.

Filing for all 100 positions opens Thursday, Dec., 28 and runs through Thursday, Jan. 18., residents and property owners in The Woodlands, ages 18 and older, are eligible to apply.

Positions are up for election in February 2018 include spots on the Residential Design Review Committees for all villages and for village associations. Filing forms can be picked up at The Woodlands Township Town Hall, at 2801 Technology Forest Blvd., from village association presidents, or online at


The Woodlands Township Board of Directors is scheduled to hold a special planning session on Thursday, Jan. 5, with board members discussing incorporation-related matters. The meeting is set to begin at 4 p.m. Another board planning session is set for Jan. 18 at 4 p.m., with the board holding its regular meeting that day at 6 p.m.


The Riva Row Boat House and Lakes Edge Boat House will both be open on New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day. The hours for kayak and stand-up paddle board rentals are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on New Year’s Eve, and from noon to 5:30 p.m. on New Year’s Day, with the last rental out one hour before sunset. The facilities will be closed Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.

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