Tanks removed from former gas station

  • Thursday, January 2, 2014

Stefan Rogenmoser/Gazette Heavy machinery and caution tape add a dash of yellow to the scene.


A former gas station at the corner of Thomason Boulevard and St. James Avenue recently underwent some work. Goose Creek Planning Director Sarah Hanson said the owner asked the city for a permit to remove the fueling installation tanks, which was granted.

As far as Hanson knows, there are currently no other plans for the location.


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