Mass. auto service business expanding to Pownal site | Business

POWNAL — Purple Valley Automotive, of Williamstown, Mass., is expanding to a second services place in a previous Pownal firehouse setting up on Church Street.

Operator Dave Lovett explained to the Pownal Advancement Evaluate Board in the course of a the latest conference that the enterprise is occupying the making that most a short while ago housed Gallavan Landscaping at 85 Church St.

The brick structure is also a former Pownal Fireplace Office station, used prior to development of a new station close to Route 346.

Throughout a Zoom assembly with the board, Lovett reported the new Purple Valley site will offer you related services, including “everything from motor to body do the job, to schedule oil variations — quite considerably all the things below the hood.”

The company’s unique site is at 391 Major St. (Route 2) in Williamstown.

The Pownal board will perform a site visit on July 18 and carry on the public hearing on Purple Valley’s software for a improve of use permit on July 20, Chairman Matt Gardner explained.

In reply to a concern from the board, Lovett claimed other necessary permits for the business have been received.

Jim Therrien writes for Vermont Information and Media, together with the Bennington Banner, Manchester Journal and Brattleboro Reformer. Email [email protected]