Gardiner demands independent noise, habitat assessments of propane company’s site changes

Kimlin Energy Services wants to expand its parking lot from three to twelve spaces, create a new egress onto Steve’s Lane, and replace an 18,000-gallon storage tank with a 32,000-gallon model. The applicant has argued that this increased storage capacity could reduce the number of truck deliveries to the site, a sore point with neighbors on account of noise . . .


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