Chestnut Market Dunkin’ in Marlboro

Chestnut Market Dunkin’, on site of former Dickey’s Diner in Marlboro, officially opened today after ribbon-cutting attended by many local officials.

Chestnut Market Dunkin’ Marlboro officially opened on Route 9W here today after a ribbon-cutting that was attended by many officials, including Ulster County Executive Pat Ryan, State Senator James Skoufis, Assemblyman Jonathan Jacobson, Lisa Berger, director of Ulster County’s Department of Economic Development and Jim Calvin, president of the York Association of Convenience Stores.

The Chestnut Market /Dunkin’ Donuts and Mobil Gas Station was built on the site of the former Dickey’s Diner.

“We were honored to have such a warm welcome for our new Chestnut Market//Dunkin’ Donuts and gas station,” said Mickey Jamal, CEO of the CPD Group. “And we are excited to be part of this great community of Marlboro at a key entry point to beautiful Ulster County.”

Jamal, whose company began with a single gas station on Main Street in New Paltz in 1981, also thanked the late New York State Senator William Larkin and the late Assemblyman Frank Skartados -as well as Marlborough Town Supervisor Al Lanzetta – “for helping us to obtain the Grant to extend the sewer service up 9W.”

“I want to thank all the members of the local government boards involved in helping us get off the ground here, including the building department, plus the fire and police departments in the beautiful town of Marlborough for their assistance and cooperation, “ Jamal said. “Finally, I want to thank everyone in the great community of Marlborough for their encouragement and support. We are thrilled to be creating many new jobs in our hometown, especially during these challenging times, and to serve this wonderful community. “

The spacious interior of the store leaves plenty of room for social distancing and masks are required to enter. There’s also a drive -through window for Dunkin’ products.

“Safety has always been a top priority in all our stores,” Jamal said. “Today, that’s more important than ever to keep our employees and customers safe.”

Jamal also noted the help from his partners Sal, Cal, and Sam Jamal and the Chestnut market staff and management teams for a great job in managing and building this beautiful facility.