A former Bangor gas station will remain empty after city rejects marijuana shop’s request

A former gas station on Main Street in Bangor will continue to sit empty after the city rejected a request to allow a marijuana dispensary to set up shop there and put the property to use for the first time in nearly 5 years.  

The city Board of Appeals rejected Waterville-based Maple Valley Pharms’ request for a variance on March 24, scuttling the owners’ plans to buy 395 Main St. and set up a dispensary there.

The spot has been vacant since 2018, when Circle K closed a convenience store and Shell filling station that had operated there since 2012. The gas tanks were removed from the property the year the convenience store and filling station closed.

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