Weatherford Democrat


August 27, 2013

Filling it up


Points expire at the end of the month following the month in which they are earned, Sanders said.

While there will not be a separate convenience store with the gas station, a kiosk with an attendant will be available to assist drivers and sell snacks. Customers seemed to be pleased with the addition of the gas station.

“I’m here a lot, so this will save me time during the day,” Missy Toliver, of Peaster said.

Others had concerns about parking at the store, which they say can be at a premium after work.

“It looks like they’re taking away some of the parking that people use to shop,” Aubrey Monticello, of Weatherford, said. “There are enough gas stations in this town. We don’t need another one, but we do need more groceries.”

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