While we should be devoting this space to some appreciation for the commercial development that will ultimately occupy that space, we will take a moment to revel in the prospect of the messing getting cleaned up.
Anyone who travels Warren County's main north-south route through North Warren on a daily basis may guess the parcel we reference. It is, indeed, that land behind the former Keystone Station on Route 62 that was once a trailer park and has been for the past several months a manufactured housing graveyard.
Whether the mess was created by disgruntled former residents who were uprooted for the development of a new Sheetz convenience store or subsequent vandalism, the fact that the eyesore has existed so long is unsettling.
Within the next few days, we are told, the heavy equipment will arrive to muck out the site, attempt to find bare ground, and begin the task of preparing the area for construction.
According to spokesmen for the company responsible for clearing the property, the hold-up has been the issuance of permits after the project proceeded through the labyrinth of bureaucracy - local and state -necessary to start work. Such frustrations are the norm in 21st Century America.
Nevertheless, each load of rubble and flotsam that leaves the site will be an improvement.
For some commuters, the scene had become so routine as to be ignored. For the rest of us, it was a daily annoyance.