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FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – Groundbreaking for the new Fort St. John Co-Op Service Station is scheduled for the Spring.

According to Fort St. John Co-op General Manager, Brad Lussier, City Council has given approval for the project’s development permit on October 21.

Lussier says he is currently waiting for a building permit from the City and is planning to put out tenders for the project after Christmas.

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According to Lussier, depending on weather and ground conditions, groundbreaking for the project could begin late April or early May, with construction expected to last 8 to 10 months.

Lussier says the project is a much-needed service for the north end of the City and will be an $8 million investment.

The service station will be located at the corner of 100 Street and 114A Avenue and will feature a gas bar, propane, a car wash, and convenience store.

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