Group to Present Plans on Saving Historic Rock Hill Church
Members from the Save the Rock Hill Church Committee will speak at tonight's Rock Hill Board of Aldermen meeting.
A group of citizens will present plans on how to save a historic Rock Hill church to the city's board of aldermen tonight.
The Rock Hill Presbyterian Church was built in 1845. It sits on land currently owned by U-Gas, which is planning to build a gas station and convenience store.
At the last board meeting, aldermen approved a resolution accepting ownership of the church based on three conditions:
- sufficient funds be raised to pay for the relocation, as well as upkeep of the property;
- a plan is developed on how the building would be used and the associated costs to maintain it;
- and a site is determined as to where to relocate the church.
Webster Groves Patch will provide an update on what the committee presents to the board later this week.
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