Chesapeake donates to radio tower

 

Chesapeake Energy Corp. officials presented a $20,000 check to Harrison County Sheriff Joe Myers to help construct a new communication tower near U.S. 22 in Cadiz. Sheriff Myers said the present tower was constructed in 1984 but its age and the growth of public safety reliability led to the need for a replacement. The new tower, which could range up to 300 feet tall, could cost up to $300,000.

Pictured are from left, are Keith Fuller, senior director of government affairs for Chesapeake; Sheriff Myers; and Ryan Dean, senior manager of corporate development for Chesapeake.

Find out more details in this weeks print edition of the Harrison News-Herald.

NH Photo/AMY GAREIS

 
 
 

3 Comments

 
  1. Sharon
    2012-10-03
    23:47:15

    Good job Chesapeake !!!!!!!!!!!

     
  2. rick matthews
    2012-10-08
    01:27:21

    How much did the tree hugger donate?

     
  3. Thomas
    2012-10-14
    10:54:37

    It is very nice to see new up and coming buisnesses to the area donating to local offices and organizations to help improve the community and safety of the public. Great Job Chesapeake! Thank You for your support!

     
 

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