POWNAL — Purple Valley Automotive, of Williamstown, Mass., is growing to a second service location in a former Pownal firehouse constructing on Church Street.
Operator Dave Lovett told the Pownal Progress Overview Board during a new conference that the organization is occupying the setting up that most lately housed Gallavan Landscaping at 85 Church St.
The brick construction is also a former Pownal Fireplace Department station, employed prior to design of a new station around Route 346.
In the course of a Zoom conference with the board, Lovett claimed the new Purple Valley area will give comparable services, which includes “everything from engine to body function, to schedule oil improvements — pretty a great deal every thing underneath the hood.”
The company’s first locale is at 391 Principal St. (Route 2) in Williamstown.
The Pownal board will perform a website pay a visit to on July 18 and go on the general public listening to on Purple Valley’s software for a modify of use permit on July 20, Chairman Matt Gardner explained.
In response to a problem from the board, Lovett reported other needed permits for the company have been attained.
Jim Therrien writes for Vermont News and Media, together with the Bennington Banner, Manchester Journal and Brattleboro Reformer. E mail [email protected]