The owner of Custom Automotive and Marine on Route 85 at Woodland Road has been given one final chance to make things right.
Fire Chief John Mauro Jr. told the Board of Selectmen at a public hearing last night that the station has a 10-year history of non-compliance, including a significant gasoline spill last December. Representatives of station owner Louis Aswad said they recently hired a new operator and intend to get in compliance with town regulations.
In the end, the selectmen voted unanimously to give the station owner one more chance to set things straight.
“We’re trying to work with you, but you’ve got a 10-year history that does not look good,” Selectman Bill Boland told the owners of Custom Automotive and Marine last night. “If at any time in the next year we meet again to talk about non-compliance then it’s my intention that we revoke your underground storage tank permit.”
You can read the full story in the Metrowest Daily News.