FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEAssistant Fire Chief-Robert TalburtTechnical Services DivisionLogan-Rogersville FPD(417) 753-4265 O(417) 839-7173 Crtalburt@lrfire.org
Prospect Plaza Properties, LLC, announces donation of land to Logan- Rogersville Fire Protection
Rogersville, August 29, 2016-Timothy Nichols, of Prospect Plaza Properties, LLC, is pleased to announce the donation of 1.38 acres of land to the LRFPD, finalized on August 8, 2016. The donation of land will allow the LRFPD to proceed with design and construction of the proposed new Fire Station #6. The property is located on Hwy VV, just east of the intersection with FR 186.Mr. Nichols, a previous resident of Rogersville, attended Rogersville Elementary School in 1953-55. The contribution was made in memory of his wife Judith Ann Nichols, who died of Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma in June 2008. He and his wife bought the land as an investment when his step-grandmother's land was auctioned off in 1996. The donation will replace part of the land previously committed by Willow Health, and will allow Willow Health to devote more land to their Copper Rock Village project, planned for the land adjacent to the proposed new Fire Station
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