Jacksonville panel approves expansion at assisted ...
by Laura Gaddy
lbgaddy@annistonstar.com
11:58 PM, Thursday, April 17
"We're ready to break ground. we're ready to get going," said Barry Ray, president of Legacy Senior Services, the company that owns the assisted living facility.

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