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Aging gas tanks removed from Feast property

Contractors dig a large hole to remove an enormous gas tank near Feast Natural Market and Delicatessen last Thursday. The tank dates back to when the market was a gas station and was removed for environmental reasons. The White Salmon Farmers Market was still held on Tuesday despite the construction and Shawn Simmons, co-owner of Feast, hopes the hole will be filled in by next Tuesday, Sept. 24 for the last farmers market of the season from 4 pm to 7 pm.


Contractors dig a large hole to remove an enormous gas tank near Feast Natural Market and Delicatessen last Thursday. The tank dates back to when the market was a gas station and was removed for environmental reasons. The White Salmon Farmers Market was still held on Tuesday despite the construction and Shawn Simmons, co-owner of Feast, hopes the hole will be filled in by next Tuesday, Sept. 24 for the last farmers market of the season from 4 pm to 7 pm.



Contractors dug a large hole to remove an enormous gas tank near Feast Natural Market and Delicatessen last Thursday. The tank dates back to when the market was a gas station and was removed for environmental reasons. The White Salmon Farmers Market was still held on Tuesday despite the construction and Shawn Simmons, co-owner of Feast, hopes the hole will be filled in by next Tuesday, Sept. 24 for the last farmers market of the season from 4 pm to 7 pm.



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