Roast any marsh mellows?
I wonder why the house was not donated to a needy family? Oh forgot, in Fairhope, they don't allow lower income people. They want only white educated individuals to live and shop there.
Just a wild guess...but it probably has to do with a land owner wanting to use the property for another use and allowing the fire department (and the community) to benefit from the training. Please spare the victimhood of all the white privilege garbage you spew!
To the previous poster: The house was clearly a tear-down; it there were any value in it, I am sure that the owners would have donated it to be moved to another location (although that is not cheap). However, the property is valuable and there is no reason for anyone to give it away for free!
People would not be poor if they got off the welfare and went to work for a change!
No news to report in Fairhope since April 1st?
Wow. Could they practice in an open field. I worry about the beautiful live oaks. Looks a little out of control.
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