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Hartman v. Zoning Hearing Board of Cumru Township, 2016 WL 555676 (Pa. Cmwlth.) involved a challenge to respondent’s approval of an application by the St. Francis Home for a residential building permit in a single family zone to provide treatment to up to three terminally ill patients in a family-like environment, each having their own bed and bath rooms with a common living, kitchen, and dining area. Volunteers would provide for comfort and care, but the residents would have their own support services for such items as nursing and healthcare. An adjacent landowner appealed the grant of these and related permits and respondent found the use to be lawful in a single-family zone. The trial court affirmed.

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