Walker County Commissioner Bebe Heiskel is considering the purchase of a 15 acre sight in the Kensington area that currently belongs to the Lookout Mountain Community Services.  Heiskel said the sight could be used as a headquarters for emergency services including the newly created Walker County Ambulance Service and she also believes that it could be used for a Regional Training Facility for Northwest Georgia Emergency workers.

Lookout Mountain Communtiy Services is being forced to shut it’s doors due to state budget cut backs.  Walker County attorney Don Oliver is negotiating the terms of the possible purchase.