Mel Howell, an enviromental consultant with HS&E (left) supervises the work to remove the underground fuel tanks from the site of the proposed Rowan Salisbury School Administration building on the corner of the South Main Street and Horah Street. The site housed a former service station. The site cleanup will include removing the sandfilled fuel tanks, the fuel piping that runs underground to the two fuel islands, removal of the fuel islands and filling the hole with compacted clean fill dirt. The work is expected to last from several days to a couple of weeks. Photo by Jon C. Lakey, Salisbury Post.