Board to hear co-op's plans for fuel tanks

November 07, 1996

Southern States Cooperative Inc.'s plans for a bulk fuel storage facility in Mount Airy will go to the town board of zoning appeals next week.

Also on the agenda are a proposal for condominiums and apartments in Wildwood Park, a senior citizen housing complex, and a request from the owners of a planned Amoco station in Peacock Center for a larger sign than the town allows.

The board will meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the town office, 110 S. Main St.

Southern States plans four 30,000-gallon and three 15,000-gallon petroleum storage tanks on a 6.2-acre site on East Ridgeville Boulevard near Century Drive.

Developer Michael Berman plans to add condominiums and apartments to his senior housing complex on a 10-acre tract at Park and Ridge avenues. Sixteen houses are under construction in the second stage of the development, which has 11 houses and duplexes in its first stage.

Fire committee offers 30 smoke detectors

The Fire Prevention Committee at Winfield Community Volunteer Fire Department has 30 smoke detectors to give away anyone who needs one.

Committee Chairman Debbie Gartrell said the Carroll County Health Department's injury prevention coordinator, Meg Gobrecht, gave the fire department the smoke detectors.

The detectors are available to anyone in Winfield's response area.

Information: Gartrell, 795-1333 or 875-9587.


Winfield: Firefighters responded at 10: 17 p.m. Tuesday to a brush fire in the 6000 block of Old Washington Road.

Pub Date: 11/07/96

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