Not Wawa, But Dunkin' Donuts Coming To Wrightstown  at the "Five Points" Intersection | Newtown News of Interest |

The Wrightstown Board of Supervisors granted final approval for [a Dunkin' Donuts store] to set up shop at 811 Durham Road/Route 413, situated in what is often referred to as the Five Points intersection.


The 2,000 square foot single story café, which will include a drive-thru window, will be located near the former Penn Community Bank near the intersection of Route 413, Route 232 and Park Avenue.


The three-member board voted 2-0 to approve the project, with Supervisor Jane Magne abstaining, citing concerns over the impact the project will have on a neighboring residential property.


"I cannot in good conscience vote for a project that's going to potentially have a really profound effect on one of our township residents," Magne said. "The property owner is likely going to be bombarded with idling trucks, cars, engines, and music from radios. I don't think anyone should have to endure that. I don't feel assured that these problems will be resolvable although I sure hope that they can be. Therefore I'm going to abstain from this vote."