An Arco gas station and ampm store are slated to be complete by May or June this year. Greywolf Elementary School staff and parents have expressed concerns over the new gas station which include student safety, possible exposure to hazardous materials and the ampm potentially selling alcohol and tobacco so close to the school. Sequim Gazette file photo by Erin Hawkins

An Arco gas station and ampm store are slated to be complete by May or June this year. Greywolf Elementary School staff and parents have expressed concerns over the new gas station which include student safety, possible exposure to hazardous materials and the ampm potentially selling alcohol and tobacco so close to the school. Sequim Gazette file photo by Erin Hawkins

Arco gas station concerns persist for school reps

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