The county where I live is looking into implementing new design standards for commercial and industrial zoned land. One of the ideas that we've been discussing is locating gas pumps behind proposed convenience stores in the more historical sensitive areas of the county. Does anyone have examples of such a design? We've been receiving some flak for suggesting this but in this day and age I find it hard to believe that folks wouldn't know that 7-11, WaWa, Sheets, etc. sell gas if the pumps aren't in front.