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Progress continues on the construction of the new BP/Duke and Duchess station at the intersection of Ohio 13 and U.S. 62 in Utica. Owned by the Englefield Oil Co., the new station will feature 12 fueling pumps and will include E85 as well as kerosene, diesel and three grades of gasoline. Co-president/owner Ben Englefield told the News this will be the first of the company’s stations to carry E85 fuel. Englefield expects the station to be open at the end of March.
Progress continues on the construction of the new BP/Duke and Duchess station at the intersection of Ohio 13 and U.S. 62 in Utica. Owned by the Englefield Oil Co., the new station will feature 12 fueling pumps and will include E85 as well as kerosene, diesel and three grades of gasoline. Co-president/owner Ben Englefield told the News this will be the first of the company’s stations to carry E85 fuel. Englefield expects the station to be open at the end of March. (Photo by Alan Reed) View Image

By Mount Vernon News
February 12, 2013 7:53 am EST

 

UTICA — Two ordinances were approved accepting easements to allow the village access to underground utility lines at two local gas stations when Utica Village Council met Monday evening at town hall. Approval of the easement at Circle K was necessary due to new ownership taking over; and the easement at the Englefield Oil property was necessary due to construction of a new facility.

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Also approved Monday evening were the water rates and tax rates for 2013 so that fiscal officer Anna Flaherty can complete paperwork.

Utica Mayor Lester Grennell announced that action taken at a special meeting Jan. 28 saw the acceptance of the amended plat and acceptance of the conveyance of two bonds for Honeybrook Greene subdivision. These were necessary to accept the streets as well as well as a community center and a retention pond. The village will now be responsible for maintaining the roads, pond and green space on this property.

Mayor Grennell wished to dispel a rumor about the removal of a one-half percent tax credit for those who work outside the village. Grennell said the rumor is absolutely false and that the one-half percent credit is still in place. “We have no intentions of doing away with the credit,” said Grennell.

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