In Goshen, New Hampshire, the town’s selectboard voted unanimously to approve a Junkyard License for Goshen Auto Wrecking located on Brook Road.
Those who frequent the area have surely noticed the antique vehicle and equipment left rusting on both side of the road, but the business lost its license this past summer when its owner – Bratan Robillard Sr. – died.
The board renewed the license earlier this week to Robillard’s son – Bratan Jr. – with one stipulation that business only remain on the east side of the roadway. Robillard Jr. now was one year to clear the adjacent meadow of equipment, and the business will need to renew its license on an annual basis.
Owners of three abutting properties were present at the selectboard meeting according to WNTK, with all three expressing support of the business.
Goshen Auto Wrecking has gained notoriety for recycling old steel and turning it into new material used for sculptures on the campus of Colby Sawyer College over in New London.