The complex is now being transformed into a training ground.
Skies near downtown Murfreesboro will be filled with smoke at various times this Tuesday (10/18/2016), but officials with Murfreesboro Fire and Rescue Department warn that this is strictly a drill. This old Franklin Heights complex on Bridge Avenue at the New Salem Highway is where fire training will be taking place under "live fire conditions". It begins at 8:00 o'clock Tuesday morning and continues until 5:00 in the afternoon.
Murfreesboro City Council had a big surprise for Vice Mayor Doug Young Thursday night regarding the Fire & Rescue Training Facility to be built at Franklin Heights in Murfreesboro.
Dates for demolition and construction have not yet been announced, but more details are now released...
The old Franklin Heights Housing Complex could soon be a facility used for training by public safety agencies in Murfreesboro.
The old and now vacant Franklin Heights Housing Property on Bridge Avenue at the New Salem Highway in Murfreesboro could soon be owned by someone other than the Murfreesboro Housing Authority and the City of Murfreesboro.
As we speed up to today, the city will soon tear down the current Franklin Heights to make way for a new community structure.
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