March 29, 2016
Excerpt from March 29, 2016 “The gas station and convenience store chain is expected to move east from its current site that it leases at 1706 Oriskany St. West to a vacant plot of land at the intersection of Oriskany and Platt streets that once was the site of athletic fields.
There, the company is hoping to construct a 5,300-square-foot, single-story convenience store and two fuel dispenser islands, according to a recent city Planning Board agenda.
Construction on the new site could start sometime this month, said Chris Lawrence, a planner with the city’s Urban and Economic Development Department.
“They’re moving from their existing location because this has a larger footprint and they can have one of their modern, premier stores built, which they will also own,” Lawrence said.” /end of excerpt
New Oriskany store provides fresh food options, fresh ground coffee and a drive thru that allows a family to get milk and bread and keep going… we call it the “Get It All” drive thru. Of course with a couple of exceptions.
The new location provides indoor seating featuring two famous idols from the area, ample guest parking spaces, landscaped beds and menu board at drive thru.Back