Okay after googling Wyman propane I now see Wyman was a "division" of Inergy L.P., as of August 1st Suburban Propane "as acquired the retail propane operations of Inergy, L.P." (http://www.inergylp.com) I thought Suburban bought out Wyman but this was something on a much larger scale. Who knows it could have something to do with it, maybe they made Wyman an offer on the building. I mean no one else has been interested in the place (besides a place to sit and catch people speeding) in how many years?
They have been working on this place for a long time, they have had work trucks in there since the summer. (maybe August or September, hmm.)
Loc: Yates County
Originally Posted By: S.P. King 4th
I see, nothing exciting than.
If Bucky bought it for his grandson it doesn't sound exciting but it is better than it sitting there abandoned. Story I heard was that they did some enviornmental testing a few years ago and it was found to have problems. Now that the problems have been identified, I believe to be reopened as a gas station, the site has to be remediated which has an unknown cost attached to it. (Hundreds of thousands of dollars?) I know Buck's grandson, he dabbles in buying and selling used cars. At least it will look better there and maybe a little sales tax money will be generated.
"Rational arguments based upon ample evidence will not change the minds of irrational people"
Hmmm .... there must be a conspiracy in here SOMEWHERE.
Well... I heard that it was going to be a Burger King but the Coriale family wouldn't give the Village the the okay to let Burger King Build, 'cause as we all know the Coriale Family owns the fast food rights in the Village. So now it will be a automobile related business for Bucky Lane's grandson.