Former gas station demolished in M’burg


The former Subway/Valero station on state Route 29 in Mechanicsburg was demolished Friday. The property is owned by the Duncan Oil Company, which hired the Tony Smith Wrecking Company, Springfield, to demolish the building. Although currently zoned for light manufacturing, the Mechanicsburg Planning Commission is considering whether to rezone the property for residential to match the surrounding area. No plans have been submitted by potential developers.

The former Subway/Valero station on state Route 29 in Mechanicsburg was demolished Friday. The property is owned by the Duncan Oil Company, which hired the Tony Smith Wrecking Company, Springfield, to demolish the building. Although currently zoned for light manufacturing, the Mechanicsburg Planning Commission is considering whether to rezone the property for residential to match the surrounding area. No plans have been submitted by potential developers.


Christopher Selmek | Urbana Daily Citizen

The former Subway/Valero station on state Route 29 in Mechanicsburg was demolished Friday. The property is owned by the Duncan Oil Company, which hired the Tony Smith Wrecking Company, Springfield, to demolish the building. Although currently zoned for light manufacturing, the Mechanicsburg Planning Commission is considering whether to rezone the property for residential to match the surrounding area. No plans have been submitted by potential developers.

The former Subway/Valero station on state Route 29 in Mechanicsburg was demolished Friday. The property is owned by the Duncan Oil Company, which hired the Tony Smith Wrecking Company, Springfield, to demolish the building. Although currently zoned for light manufacturing, the Mechanicsburg Planning Commission is considering whether to rezone the property for residential to match the surrounding area. No plans have been submitted by potential developers.
https://www.urbanacitizen.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/36/2018/07/web1_Demolition.jpgThe former Subway/Valero station on state Route 29 in Mechanicsburg was demolished Friday. The property is owned by the Duncan Oil Company, which hired the Tony Smith Wrecking Company, Springfield, to demolish the building. Although currently zoned for light manufacturing, the Mechanicsburg Planning Commission is considering whether to rezone the property for residential to match the surrounding area. No plans have been submitted by potential developers. Christopher Selmek | Urbana Daily Citizen