Attorney Kurt Williams Attends Transfer Event

September 7, 2016

September 2, 2016.

Silver Spring Township, Cumberland County.   At noon today,  Salzmann Hughes, PC attorney Kurt E. Williams participated in the transfer of the historic Hogestown Church from real estate developer Phil Dobson to the Hogestown Heritage Committee of Silver Spring Township.   Kurt Williams serves as Solicitor to the Committee and was instrumental in the negotiations with the property’s mortgage holder to eventually be able to transfer the historic property at no cost to the Committee, who plans to renovate the former church into a community center.    The event was also attended by State Senator Pat Vance, Silver Spring Township Supervisors Nancy Konhaus Griffie, Carl Machamer and Dave Lenker, and Township Manager Theresa Eberly.   For more information about the Hogestown Heritage Committee, a 501(c)(3) charitable organization, click HERE.

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