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GOSHEN — The city may acquire a former auto shop and gas station property to see what cleanup may be needed before it can be used again.

The Goshen Board of Works on Monday voted to provide a $5,450 grant to look for underground storage tanks beneath a former auto repair shop and to take soil and water samples. The money from the city’s Brownfield Revolving Loan Fund will be used to study conditions at 113 W. Jefferson St. and 233 S. Main St.

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