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DDA looks at other cities for design guidelines
by Debbie Lurie-Smith
Jul 24, 2014 | 1017 views | 0 0 comments | 14 14 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Gray’s Downtown Development Authority discussed progress on the Gray Station Depot lease and design guidelines at last week’s meeting.

Chairman Sherri Rollins called the July 14 meeting to order and announced that the depot lease had been executed. She said the final document was a certificate of insurance, which was received and forwarded to Norfolk Southern.

DDA member Bert King said the depot cannot be occupied where it is and repairs can be made but not improvements.

“Now it’s a matter of holding onto it until we can move it. Our next step is to find out how much they want for it so we can buy it,” he said.

King said the value of the depot on county tax records is $7,000. He said he has encouraged the railroad to donate the building to the city but has gotten no response.

“I appreciate all the good work that was done before I came on board that made this possible,” he said.

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