FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP, Pa. - Saint Luke's University Health Network has unveiled a proposal to build a new hospital in Carbon County.
The hospital would be located in Franklin Township on Harrity Road near Route 209.
Plans presented to the Franklin Township Planning Commission call for a 50-foot-tall building totaling 130,000 square feet. The parking lot will include more than 500 spots.
The proposed hospital would initially employ about 200 people.
The northbound tunnel will be closed from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Aug. 21-23, and traffic will be two-way in the southbound side.Read More »
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