FROM SPORTS TO TORTS, G. BRYAN SALZMANN '91 AND JAMES D. HUGHES '90 STAY TOGETHER

February 27, 2020

Penn State Dickinson Law article spot lights G. Bryan Salzmann and James D. Hughes.  

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SALZMANN HUGHES ATTORNEYS PRESENT AT APMM WINTER WORKSHOP

January 27, 2020

On January 24, 2020, Salzmann Hughes, P.C. attorneys Isaac P. Wakefield and Zachary M. Rice presented at the Association for Pennsylvania Municipal Management’s Winter Workshop at the Hilton Harrisburg. The presentation addressed recent land use legal developments including solar facility regulations, conditional uses and special exceptions, and transient residential uses like Airbnb.  Approximately 40 municipal managers and administrators from across the Commonwealth were in attendance.

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ATTORNEY GEORGE DOUGLAS RECEIVES SERVICE TO YOUTH AWARD

January 17, 2020

The Cumberland County Bar Association presented Attorney George Douglas with the George E. Hoffer Service to Youth during their annual meeting on January 16, 2020.

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PYRAMID HEALTHCARE SUCCESSFUL IN REZONING APPLICATION TO THE HELLAM TOWNSHIP BOARD OF SUPERVISORS

January 16, 2020

January 16, 2020    Salzmann Hughes, PC client Pyramid Healthcare, Inc.  (“Pyramid”) was successful in its application to the Hellam Township, York County, Board of Supervisors for a rezoning of 4.88 acres zoned Rural Agriculture to the Mixed-Use 1 zone.   The rezoning will enable an 18,600 SF expansion of Pyramid’s existing group home in the township.  Pyramid one of Pennsylvania’s premier behavioral healthcare providers and offers an extensive range of high-quality adult treatment services to its clients who may be suffering from addiction or mental health issues.  Pyramid was represented during the rezoning application process by attorney Kurt E. Williams.

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SALZMANN HUGHES ATTORNEYS PRESENT PSATS WEBINAR

January 15, 2020

Salzmann Hughes, P.C. attorneys Kurt Williams and Tyler Beaston presented “Conditional Uses and Special Exceptions:  What is the Difference ?” via a webinar to elected and appointed officials from across the Commonwealth.   The webinar included information about specific and general criteria for conditional uses and special exceptions and ordinance drafting tips.

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PYRAMID HEALTHCARE SUCCESSFUL IN VARIANCE APPLICATION TO THE HELLAM TOWNSHIP ZONING HEARING BOARD

December 17, 2019

December 17, 2019    Salzmann Hughes, PC client Pyramid Healthcare, Inc.  (“Pyramid”) was successful in its application to the Hellam Township, York County, Zoning Hearing Board for two variances that will facilitate an 18,600 SF expansion of Pyramid’s existing group home in the township.  Pyramid one of Pennsylvania’s premier behavioral healthcare providers and offers an extensive range of high-quality adult treatment services to its clients who may be suffering from addiction or mental health issues.  Pyramid was represented during the variance application process by attorney Kurt E. Williams.

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ATTORNEY SAMUEL E. WISER CONTRIBUTES ARTICLE TO BOROUGH NEWS MAGAZINE

November 25, 2019

Attorney Samuel E. Wiser contributed an article for the Borough News Magazine Special Edition: A Primer to Borough Office titled "The Role of the Borough Solicitor".  /Portals/0/Documents/Borough News - Special Edition.pdf?ver=2019-11-25-140931-873

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SALZMANN HUGHES ATTORNEYS PRESENT AT PSATS SEMINAR

October 31, 2019

Salzmann Hughes, P.C. attorneys Kurt Williams and Tyler Beaston presented “Conditional Uses and Special Exceptions:  What is the Difference?” to elected and appointed officials.   The presentation was part of the Pennsylvania State Association of Township Supervisors’ Fall Conference at Liberty Mountain Resort.  The presentation included information about specific and general criteria for conditional uses and special exceptions and ordinance drafting tips.

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SALZMANN HUGHES ATTORNEYS PRESENT AT PSATS SEMINAR

October 31, 2019

Salzmann Hughes, P.C. attorneys Steve Coccorese, Zach Rice, Kurt Williams and Tim Shultis presented a panel discussion at the Pennsylvania State Association of Township Supervisors’ Fall Conference at Liberty Mountain Resort.  The panel discussion was entitled “Municipal Horror Stories” in recognition of the date.  The interactive discussion included practice tips for attendees on how to avoid their own “horror stories” in their own municipalities.

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HANOVER HOSPITAL SUCCESSFUL IN COMMONWEALTH COURT APPEAL

October 15, 2019

October 15, 2019.     Salzmann Hughes, PC client UPMC Hanover Hospital (the “Hospital”) has been successful in its efforts to gain approval to construct an off-site parking lot on Potomac Avenue near the Hospital in Hanover.  The case began in in 2016 with an application to the Hanover Borough Zoning Hearing Board (the “ZHB”).  After approvals by the ZHB, multiple appeals to the York County Court of Common Pleas followed by neighbors opposed to the proposed parking lot.  The Hospital was successful on both appeals.  The objectors then appealed the parking lot’s approval to the Commonwealth Court.   Today, the Commonwealth Court issued a decision affirming the York County Court of Common Pleas, allowing the construction of the Hospital’s new parking lot.  UPMC Hanover Hospital was represented throughout the remand and appeal process by attorney Kurt E. Williams.

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