Jay’s practice focuses on the areas of residential and commercial real estate, and municipal law. Jay has served as the right-of-way solicitor for Hampden Township Sewer Authority since 1988 and more recently has been engaged as sewer right-of-way solicitor for Carlisle Borough. Before moving his practice to Salzmann Hughes, Jay was a shareholder for over 30 years with the Harrisburg law firm of Goldberg Katzman, P.C.

Jay graduated magna cum laude from the Dickinson School of Law in 1979 where he was a member of the Law Review.  Previously, Jay graduated with high distinction from Penn State University with a degree in Political Science. At Penn State, Jay was also a four year letterman in Men’s Gymnastics.

Jay has been a resident of the Carlisle area since 1976, and has been active in the Community having served as a Board Member and President of Project

Share, a Board Member of the Carlisle YMCA, a member of the Board of Trustees of Allison United Methodist Church and as a member and then Chairman of the Silver Spring Township Authority.

Jay lives in the Carlisle area with his wife Eva. They have three grown children.  Jay’s interests include tennis, racquetball and golf.

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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.

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February 27, 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.

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