No sign of sale


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Jimmy Wilmoth of Indianapolis uses a trench digger Tuesday to start removal of an underground fuel tank at the former Indiana State Police post on Tipton Street in Seymour. Wilmoth's employer, Hoosier Equipment Service, oversaw removal of the tank. PHOTO BY AARON PIPER


Jimmy Wilmoth of Indianapolis uses a trench digger Tuesday to start removal of an underground fuel tank at the former Indiana State Police post on Tipton Street in Seymour. Wilmoth's employer, Hoosier Equipment Service, oversaw removal of the tank. PHOTO BY AARON PIPER


A contractor unearthed the fuel storage tank at the former Indiana State Police post in Seymour this week, and another contractor checked the soil for possible contamination.

Pink and orange flags and spray-painted pink stripes outline the location of utilities at the property on East Tipton Street.

Do they signal the state is moving forward on demolishing the buildings, preparing for an imminent sale or making the acreage more marketable by ridding the site of the underground tank?

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