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Lancaster waste management authority buys Frey Dairy Farms property for $2.65M

By - Last modified: January 23, 2013 at 4:23 PM
Frey Dairy Farms sits between the authority's Frey Farm Landfill and Turkey Hill Dairy. Submitted illustration
Frey Dairy Farms sits between the authority's Frey Farm Landfill and Turkey Hill Dairy. Submitted illustration

The Lancaster County Solid Waste Management Authority has acquired the 75.2-acre Frey Dairy Farms property on River Road in Manor Township.

The authority, also known as LCSWMA, purchased the dairy property for $2.65 million. It is situated between LCSWMA's Frey Farm Landfill and Turkey Hill Dairy.

Frey Dairy Farms will lease the property from LCSWMA for an 18-month period, the authority said. Future plans for the property have not yet been determined.

"The owners approached us with their intent to sell the Frey Dairy Farms property," LCSWMA CEO Jim Warner said in a statement. "The authority recognized this as an opportunity to secure a key piece of contiguous land. We were happy to negotiate and come to an agreement that would benefit both parties."

Jason Scott

Jason Scott

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