Malvern Exxon Station Undergoing Tests, Not Closed

The station should reopen soon, assuming its underground equipment is functioning correctly, according to the borough codes enforcement officer.

Malvern Borough is once again without a functioning gas station, but only temporarily.

The Exxon station on West King Street, which opened less than a year ago, has barricades preventing vehicles from pulling up to the pumps, but the business has not closed.

It is undergoing testing of the lines to its underground tanks, according to borough codes enforcement officer Bill Wilfong by way of borough manager Sandy Kelley. The station should open again soon.

Jared February 07, 2013 at 11:09 PM
This place is a joke! Why would anyone ever fill up there. They are not even close to competitive!
Donna Linehan February 08, 2013 at 02:16 PM
It is overpriced, I never stop here.
Adam February 08, 2013 at 03:00 PM
Every time I see someone filling their tank there, paying 50 or 60 cents more a gallon than they'd pay up on Rt. 30, I want to stop and scream "WHY?!?!?!"
LarryH February 08, 2013 at 05:38 PM
I agree with the 'too expensive' comments. Yes, $3.89 is crazy when Wawa was at $3.36/gal. I don't mind paying a "Malvern" tax for the convenience of filling up close to home and without the hassle of traffic but no more than .10 cents per gallon at most.


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