WALLACE TWP., Pa. - A Pennsylvania Turnpike service plaza near the Berks/Chester County line has reopened.
The ribbon was cut at the Peter J. Camiel Service Plaza near the Morgantown Interchange in Wallace Township, Chester County, on Tuesday.
The plaza had been closed since January for renovations. Part of it originally closed last July because of a mold problem.
Fifteen of the 17 turnpike service plazas have now been renovated. The remaining two should be finished by 2016.
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