Campbell & White, P.C. joins Salzmann Hughes, P.C.

June 1, 2018

GETTYSBURG FIRM JOINS REGIONAL LAW FIRM
Campbell & White, P.C. joins Salzmann Hughes, P.C.

Chambersburg and Gettysburg, Pa. – On June 1st long-time Gettysburg firm, Campbell & White, P.C., will join the regional firm of Salzmann Hughes, P.C.

Salzmann Hughes has been looking for the right strategic partner that shares a similar commitment to service and a common approach to business in Adams County. Salzmann Hughes has operated an office in Gettysburg since December of 2012. With an increase in the number of real estate settlements it handles in Adams County, as well as a growing estate administration and business practice, Salzmann Hughes was looking for a partner that would enhance the services it provides. Campbell & White is the right fit.

“Campbell & White is a preeminent law firm in Adams County and provides exceptional service to its clients” said Bryan Salzmann “and we will build on that reputation by providing access to additional services and practice areas.” Salzmann Hughes’ regional footprint will add significant additional bench strength to the former Campbell & White clients. With 27 attorneys across four offices throughout Central Pennsylvania, Salzmann Hughes handles matters from the simple to the complex. Its commitment to client service includes a focus on maintaining a relationship with each client and identifying individualized solutions to meet their needs. “This addition is a key step in our continued strategic growth” said Salzmann.

“Todd King and I are very excited to join Salzmann Hughes, P.C.” Robert Campbell said. “When we were looking at our options, we found Salzmann Hughes to be the right fit not only for us, but more importantly for our clients and staff.” Campbell said the entire staff would be joining Salzmann Hughes. “Our clients can still pick up the phone and work with the same folks they have grown to trust and rely on.”

The move will increase Salzmann Hughes’ ability to handle real estate matters in Adams County, given the extensive experience of Bob Campbell and Todd King. Consistent with its strategy of regional growth, the law firm addition enhances Salzmann Hughes’ existing footprint in Adams County. Its broad range of practice areas include commercial and residential real estate, business and corporate matters, comprehensive municipal services, land use matters, estate planning and administration, and general litigation. “It’s all about service. I am confident that Bob, Todd and the wonderful staff will complement our focus on serving others” said Salzmann.
About Campbell & White, P.C.
Robert Campbell began practicing as a sole practitioner in 1967. In 1977, Robert and John R. White (deceased 1/23/2012), formed Campbell & White, P.C. as a general practice law firm. In February 2011, Todd King joined the firm and became a shareholder in January 2016. While maintaining a general practice, the members of the firm each have their own specialized areas of practice, including estate planning and administration, real estate law and settlements, representation of small businesses, corporate law and municipal law.

About Salzmann Hughes, P.C.
Salzmann Hughes, P.C. is a regional law firm based in central Pennsylvania. With 27 attorneys across offices in Chambersburg, Carlisle, Harrisburg and Gettysburg, the firm offers a broad range of services. The firm’s practice areas include land use, zoning, and environmental issues, commercial and residential real estate, municipal law, business and corporate matters, estate planning and administration, and general litigation. www.salzmannhughes.com

PRESS RELEASE Date: June 1, 2018
By: G. Bryan Salzmann, President – Salzmann Hughes, P.C.
Media Contact: Jeffrey W. Embly, Firm Administrator
jembly@salzmannhughes.com or 717-263-2121

Final Land Development Plan Approved in Antrim Township, Franklin County

May 29, 2018

On Tuesday, May 22, Salzmann Hughes, P.C. client Chambersburg Health Services (“CHS”), part of the Chambersburg Hospital and Summit Health, obtained final land development plan approval for a 43,500 SF medical office building to be built in the Antrim Commons Business Park. CHS was represented during the land development approval process by Salzmann Hughes, P.C. attorneys Kurt E. Williams and G. Bryan Salzmann.

Zoning Hearing Board Decision Affirmed by York County Court of Common Pleas

May 29, 2018

On May 17, 2018, the York County Court of Common Pleas affirmed a decision of the Hanover Borough Zoning Hearing Board (the “ZHB”), upholding the approval of a special exception application granted to Hanover Hospital. The approval will allow Hanover Hospital (now part of UPMC Pinnacle) to demolish a former physician’s office and construct an off-site surface parking lot for use by hospital employees. Hanover Hospital was represented before the ZHB and during the appeal by Salzmann Hughes, PC attorney Kurt E. Williams.

Variance Approved in Antrim Township, Franklin County

May 14, 2018

May 10, 2018
On Thursday, May 10, 2018, Salzmann Hughes, P.C. client Matrix Development obtained a variance from the Antrim Township Zoning Hearing Board to increase the impervious coverage limit to facilitate the construction of two (2) industrial buildings and a connector road in the Township. Matrix was represented during the variance approval process by Salzmann Hughes, P.C. attorney Kurt E. Williams.

Attorneys Joel Rimby and Kurt Williams Present PSATS Seminar in Hershey, PA

May 14, 2018

April 24, 2018
Today, Salzmann Hughes, PC attorneys Joel Rimby and Kurt Williams presented a seminar at the 96th Annual Pennsylvania State Association of Township Supervisors Educational Conference and Trade Show in Hershey, Pennsylvania. The seminar was entitled “Land Use and Zoning Law Update,” and informed attendees on current land use law in Pennsylvania, focusing on recent court decisions and recent statutory changes affecting land development.

2018 Cumberland County Area Friends Scouting Breakfast

April 26, 2018

April 26, 2018

Today, Salzmann Hughes, PC attorney Kurt E. Williams served as Chairman of the 2018 Cumberland County Area Friends of Scouting Breakfast. The event honored long-time Cumberland County businessman Kenn Tuckey of Tuckey Enterprises, a Carlisle based family of companies. The breakfast supports the Boy Scouts of America through the local New Birth of Freedom Council.

Salzmann Hughes, PC Obtains Final Land Development Approval in Shippensburg Township, Cumberland County

April 9, 2018

On Saturday, April 7 2018, Salzmann Hughes, P.C. client Shippensburg Investors, LP obtained Final Land Development Approval from the Shippensburg Township Board of Supervisors, to develop a 100-acre tract in the Township’s Industrial zoning district as a 1.1 million square foot warehouse/distribution center. Shippensburg Investors, LP was represented during the rezoning, conditional use, subdivision and land development approval process by Salzmann Hughes, P.C. attorney Kurt E. Williams.

March 6, 2018

January 26, 2018

On January 26, 2018, Salzmann Hughes, PC, along with other invited guests and employees of Shaffer Trucking, celebrated the opening of that company’s new facility in New Kingstown, Pennsylvania. Shaffer Trucking is owned by Nebraska-based Crete Carrier. Located across the Carlisle Pike from company’s original facility, the new depot sits on a 14-acre lot and will serve as a hub for 465 drivers and 80 office staff. The new Crete Carrier New Kingstown Terminal grounds will provide parking for 180 tractors and/or trailers. A 40,000-square-foot shop at the terminal offers tractor-trailer service and a body shop. There is also 16,000 square feet of office space.

Salzmann Hughes, PC attorneys James D. Hughes and Kurt E. Williams worked closely with Shaffer Trucking and Silver Spring Township to rezone the land for the new facility, obtain conditional use approval and finally, land development approval.

Salzmann Hughes, PC Obtains Final Land Development Approval for New Warehouse in Southampton Township, Franklin County

March 6, 2018

On Tuesday, February 27, 2018, Salzmann Hughes, P.C. client Matrix Development obtained Final Land Development Approval from the Southampton Township Board of Supervisors, to construct a 1.14 million SF warehouse in the township’s Highway Commercial/Light Industrial zoning district. The land development approval followed a July 2018 conditional use approval by the Township. Matrix was represented during the entire land approval process by Salzmann Hughes, P.C. attorney Kurt E. Williams.

Salzmann Hughes, PC Obtains Final Subdivision Approval in Fairview Township, York County

March 6, 2018

On Monday, February 26, 2018, Salzmann Hughes, P.C. client New View Corporation obtained Final Subdivision Approval from the Fairview Township Board of Supervisors, to subdivide a 149 acre tract in the Township’s Commercial Business zoning district. The property also extended into neighboring Newberry Township. New View was represented during the subdivision approval process by Salzmann Hughes, P.C. attorneys James D. Hughes and Kurt E. Williams.

Salzmann Hughes, PC Obtains Special Exception for Business Expansion in Greene Township, Franklin County

March 6, 2018

On Monday, January 29, 2018, Salzmann Hughes, P.C. client David H. Martin Excavating, Inc. (“DHME”) obtained special exception approval from the Greene Township Zoning Hearing Board to expand a nonconforming use. The approval will allow DHME to expand its excavation business by approximately 9.5 acres. DHME was represented during before the Zoning Hearing Board by Salzmann Hughes, P.C. attorney Kurt E. Williams.

Samuel E. Wiser, Esq. recently wrote an article for the PA Borough Councils Association Newsletter, 2018 Issue No. 1, titled “Assessing Opportunities for Cooperation in 2018”. The article is attached.

February 12, 2018

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Zoning Hearing Board Appeal Quashed by Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court

August 18, 2017

August 1, 2017
Today, the Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court quashed an appeal of the City of Lebanon Zoning Hearing Board (the ZHB”) when the ZHB attempted to appeal a decision of the Lebanon County Court of Common Pleas that reversed a December 2016 decision of the ZHB. That December 2016 decision by the ZHB denied a zoning permit to Salzmann Hughes, PC client Pennsylvania Counseling Services (“PCS”). The denial of the permit prevented PCS from opening a Day Reporting Center (“DRC”) within the City’s Central Business District, which PCS plans to operate under contract from Lebanon County. The Trial Court reversed the ZHB and granted PCS’s appeal allowing the DRC to open. The ZHB subsequently appealed. Today, the Commonwealth Court quashed the ZHB’s appeal for lack of jurisdiction. In a related matter, on July 11, 2017, the Lebanon County Court of Common Pleas denied the City of Lebanon’s Petition to Intervene in the land use appeal. PCS was represented throughout the hearing and appellate process by Salzmann Hughes, PC attorneys Kurt E. Williams, Esq. and Scott T. Wyland, Esq.

Zoning Hearing Board Decision Reversed by Lebanon County Court of Common Pleas

May 18, 2017

On May 17, 2017, the Lebanon County Court of Common Pleas reversed a decision of the City of Lebanon Zoning Hearing Board (the “ZHB”) to uphold the denial of a zoning permit to Salzmann Hughes, PC client Pennsylvania Counseling Services (“PCS”). The denial of the permit prevented PCS from opening a Day Reporting Center (“DRC”) within the City’s Central Business District, which PCS plans to operate under contract from Lebanon County. The Court reversed the ZHB and granted PCS’s appeal allowing the DRC to open. PCS was represented before the ZHB and during the appeal by Salzmann Hughes, PC attorneys Kurt E. Williams, Esq. and Scott T. Wyland, Esq.

2017 Cumberland County Area Friends Scouting Breakfast

April 27, 2017

Today, Salzmann Hughes, PC attorney Kurt E. Williams served as a Table Host for the 2017 Cumberland County Area Friends of Scouting Breakfast. The event honored long-time Cumberland County businessman Robert Long of Daily Express, Inc. The breakfast supports the Boy Scouts of America through the local New Birth of Freedom Council.

Attorneys Joel Rimby and Kurt Williams to present PSATS seminar

April 25, 2017

Today, Salzmann Hughes, PC attorneys Joel Rimby and Kurt Williams presented a seminar at the 95th Annual Pennsylvania State Association of Township Supervisors Educational Conference and Trade Show in Hershey, Pennsylvania. The seminar was entitled “Land Use and Zoning Law Update,” and informed attendees on current land use law in Pennsylvania, focusing on recent court decisions and recent statutory changes affecting land development

Cumberland County Appoints New Representative to CAT Board

January 13, 2017

Cumberland County Appoints New Representative to CAT Board

Announcement of New Shareholder

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Conditional Use Denial Reversed on Appeal

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E. Lee Stinnett II to be honored as one of Forty Under 40 in Central PA

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Salzmann Hughes, PC Obtains Final Land Development Approval for new Warehouse in Silver Spring Township, Cumberland County

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Attorney Kurt Williams Attends Transfer Event

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Salzmann Hughes, PC Obtains Conditional Use Approval for Church Expansion in South Middleton Township, Cumberland County

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GETTYSBURG FIRM JOINS REGIONAL LAW FIRM
Campbell & White, P.C. joins Salzmann Hughes, P.C.

Chambersburg and Gettysburg, Pa. – On June 1st long-time Gettysburg firm, Campbell & White, P.C., will join the regional firm of Salzmann Hughes, P.C.

Salzmann Hughes has been looking for the right strategic partner that shares a similar commitment to service and a common approach to business in Adams County. Salzmann Hughes has operated an office in Gettysburg since December of 2012. With an increase in the number of real estate settlements it handles in Adams County, as well as a growing estate administration and business practice, Salzmann Hughes was looking for a partner that would enhance the services it provides. Campbell & White is the right fit.

“Campbell & White is a preeminent law firm in Adams County and provides exceptional service to its clients” said Bryan Salzmann “and we will build on that reputation by providing access to additional services and practice areas.” Salzmann Hughes’ regional footprint will add significant additional bench strength to the former Campbell & White clients. With 27 attorneys across four offices throughout Central Pennsylvania, Salzmann Hughes handles matters from the simple to the complex. Its commitment to client service includes a focus on maintaining a relationship with each client and identifying individualized solutions to meet their needs. “This addition is a key step in our continued strategic growth” said Salzmann.

“Todd King and I are very excited to join Salzmann Hughes, P.C.” Robert Campbell said. “When we were looking at our options, we found Salzmann Hughes to be the right fit not only for us, but more importantly for our clients and staff.” Campbell said the entire staff would be joining Salzmann Hughes. “Our clients can still pick up the phone and work with the same folks they have grown to trust and rely on.”

The move will increase Salzmann Hughes’ ability to handle real estate matters in Adams County, given the extensive experience of Bob Campbell and Todd King. Consistent with its strategy of regional growth, the law firm addition enhances Salzmann Hughes’ existing footprint in Adams County. Its broad range of practice areas include commercial and residential real estate, business and corporate matters, comprehensive municipal services, land use matters, estate planning and administration, and general litigation. “It’s all about service. I am confident that Bob, Todd and the wonderful staff will complement our focus on serving others” said Salzmann.
About Campbell & White, P.C.
Robert Campbell began practicing as a sole practitioner in 1967. In 1977, Robert and John R. White (deceased 1/23/2012), formed Campbell & White, P.C. as a general practice law firm. In February 2011, Todd King joined the firm and became a shareholder in January 2016. While maintaining a general practice, the members of the firm each have their own specialized areas of practice, including estate planning and administration, real estate law and settlements, representation of small businesses, corporate law and municipal law.

About Salzmann Hughes, P.C.
Salzmann Hughes, P.C. is a regional law firm based in central Pennsylvania. With 27 attorneys across offices in Chambersburg, Carlisle, Harrisburg and Gettysburg, the firm offers a broad range of services. The firm’s practice areas include land use, zoning, and environmental issues, commercial and residential real estate, municipal law, business and corporate matters, estate planning and administration, and general litigation. www.salzmannhughes.com

PRESS RELEASE Date: June 1, 2018
By: G. Bryan Salzmann, President – Salzmann Hughes, P.C.
Media Contact: Jeffrey W. Embly, Firm Administrator
jembly@salzmannhughes.com or 717-263-2121

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On Tuesday, May 22, Salzmann Hughes, P.C. client Chambersburg Health Services (“CHS”), part of the Chambersburg Hospital and Summit Health, obtained final land development plan approval for a 43,500 SF medical office building to be built in the Antrim Commons Business Park. CHS was represented during the land development approval process by Salzmann Hughes, P.C. attorneys Kurt E. Williams and G. Bryan Salzmann.

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