Reconstruction Begins at Gasco Site
The gas station pumps and tanks have been removed at the former Gasco property.
Redevelopment of the former Gasco auto service building into medical offices began in recent weeks.
The gas station pumps and fuel tanks have been removed from the site at Cape Road and South Main Street. In the spring, a contractor will renovate the remaining concrete-block building into a facility for medical offices, said Larry Dunkin, the Milford town planner.
Access to the new site will be on the northern end of the triangular-shaped property, on to Cape Road. The redevelopment will close off the curb-cuts closer to the intersection with South Main Street.
The Milford Planning Board and Zoning Board of Appeals approved the plans for the project earlier this year.
Gasco has since moved its auto service business to a new location at 13 Spruce St., but is no longer selling gasoline in Miford. The company does have a gas station on Route 140 in Upton.