TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) - Firefighters in Tucson are heading back to school. Crews from around the city are using an old schoolhouse on Tucson's east side to practice for huge commercial fires. Pepper Viner Homes in Tucson acquired the vacant Van Horne Elementary School and is allowing the fire department to train there before the building near Speedway and Pantano is torn down. Firefighters from seasoned veterans like Ed Mendoza, who has been with the Tucson Fire Department for more than 20 years, to rookies like his son Ed Jr., who has only had four days on the job, say the training is priceless.
Posted: Dec 01, 2016 2:35 PMUpdated: Dec 01, 2016 3:16 PM Written By Christian Wlach, KVOA CONNECT The former Wrightstown Elementary School, was the site of a dedication [...]
Homebuyers get an iPad Mini with every purchase. “They get it right when they sign the contract,” says Chad Williams, COO of Pepper Viner. “It manages [...]
Construction at Schoolyard. Fifty-six home are going up at the former site of east-side Wrightstown Elementary School, which was closed by TUSD in 2010. Residences start [...]
Pepper Viner Homes owner Bill Viner is overseeing construction of several new communities, including StoneBridge in the Foothills. -- Ron Medvescek / Arizona Daily Star [...]