That explains it

October 15, 2008 at 2:47 pm | In Delridge, Gas prices, West Seattle news | 1 Comment

In our first-in-a-while West Seattle-wide gas-price check published Monday morning, we noted that the Delridge Exxon was, at least temporarily, out of the gas business – its pumps removed, a construction fence around the service islands. A just-issued city permit explains what’s going on: like the Exxon at Andover/California did a few months back, this one is switching to 76.

1 Comment

  1. Haven’t bought gas at a Exxon since the Valdez incident… still can’t understand why folks buy gas there. I know that many are independent stations, and that even though they change the name its still probably Exxon gas, but it is *EXXON*.
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    Guess I’m not the only one, the Exxon at 35th and Barton, and others, rarely have anyone at them… but, on occasion, there is someone in there buying gas. Why?

    Comment by Scott — 2:53 pm October 15, 2008 #

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