A Nashville business has agreed to give four acres of land to the town so a second fire station can be built.
Nashville Town Manager Randy Lansing told council members last week that Clayton Homes is looking to give the town land on Eastern Avenue on property that sits somewhat adjacent to its facility.
Lansing said he, Fire Chief Chris Joyner and Mayor Brenda Brown met with the general manager of Clayton Homes recently to discuss the idea.
"We were informed that Clayton Homes is willing to give almost four acres of land to the Town of Nashville for station number two," Lansing said.
Lansing said after the results of a survey and appraisal come back, Clayton Homes will likely move forward with conveying the land to the town.
Lansing said the town will incur the costs of surveying and other costs associated getting the land.