Neighbors of proposed Pennsylvania hospital end challenges
Philadelphia Inquirer, July 24, 2008
Neighborhood opponents of a new hospital in Montgomery County's East Norriton Township in Pennsylvania have withdrawn two legal challenges to the project, according to representatives for Albert Einstein Healthcare Network. Einstein and Montgomery Hospital are working together to build a $300 million, 192-bed hospital. Two people who live near the proposed facility had filed challenges to a change in zoning regulations.
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