Drugstore in Scott may be relocated |

Drugstore in Scott may be relocated

CVS Pharmacy, now located on Washington Avenue in Scott near the Carnegie border, is one step closer to moving to the site of the Old Main Restaurant and Hotel at the intersection of East Main and Chestnut streets in Carnegie.

If all goes as planned, the Carnegie CVS would open in November 2011, borough officials said.

CVS now has agreements with four property owners involved in the project.

All of the agreements have to be in place and approved by the borough by the end of February. Construction of the building, which would span two blocks, would begin in March, D’Loss said.

It would take seven months to construct the new Carnegie pharmacy; CVS lease for its pharmacy in Scott expires in December 2011.

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