Monday, June 4, 2012
The owners of the South Main Street business plan to meet with borough officials to come to a compromise.
The owners of the Doylestown Produce Outlet will come before the borough’s Public Safety Committee to address traffic concerns at its South Main Street location. Owners Kathy and Stephen Terinoni agreed with Doylestown Borough police and District Judge Mark Douple on Monday to work with borough officials. They hope to discuss what can be done to help customers pulling out from the produce outlet’s parking lot onto South Main Street. Under the terms of the agreement reached Monday, no employees of the produce market may stop or attempt to direct traffic on the busy street. Monday’s hearing was for Doylestown Produce employee Pat Huhn, who was cited on April 7 and May 10 by Doylestown Borough police for obstruction of highways, according to …
Tuesday, May 29, 2012
The business on South Main has been cited for directing traffic at its busy location.
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Tuesday, May 29, 2012
To the Editor: There is a conflict going on about the business, Doylestown Produce (also known as Rock & Roll Produce) on South Main Street. Several of the people who work there are kind enough to direct traffic so that there are no accidents occuring. It is a 25 mph zone which is not enforced and if it were, I think they would not have to direct traffic. Many people have expressed their opinions (here), and overall, we are all supportive of the Produce business. This business has fresh produce and plants and other items at terrific prices and is very popular with the local population, so why do the police want to take them to court? This will happen on June 4th at 11:30 a.m. and seems absolutely unnecessary. Why can't the local …
Friday, May 25, 2012
The outlet has been charged for directing traffic at its busy location on South Main Street.
The Doylestown Produce outlet will be heading to district court next week over charges that they are guiding traffic without the authority to do so. Stephen Terinoni has owned and operated the produce outlet on Doylestown's South Main Street since 1990. In that time, he says, the volume and speed of traffic heading into and out of town has risen sharply. That makes parking at his shop difficult; drivers sometimes have to back up into the street, and customers sometimes have to cross the road from the parking spaces across the street. So Terinoni and his cousin started doing what they thought was right. The two men can be found nearly every day in front of the shop helping customers in and out, sometimes walking out into South Main Street …