Expressing appreciation to the Rotary Club of Buckhead, of which he is a member, Buckhead Coalition President Sam Massell endorsed its campaign to refurbish the four fire stations located in Buckhead. In addition to the Rotary’s budget of $25,000 for each of the next three years for general improvements, a committee headed by Elizabeth Gill is soliciting individual quality of life “household” items, which got the support of Rawson Haverty Jr., a coalition executive committee member and the Haverty’s vice president who obtained a deluxe recliner for each station. Massell also encourages residents to visit each fire station since their living quarters are substandard and are in need of repair. Based in Sandy Springs, Haverty’s has its Buckhead store on the corner of Peachtree and Piedmont roads.

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