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Rodney D. Loftis

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Rodney Loftis & Son Contractors

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toporock.net

For now, neither the buildings owner Dr. Mitchell Rashid nor Rodney Loftis of Rodney Loftis & Son Contractors have applied for demolition permits, Harmon said.
Dr. Mitchell Rashid reportedly approached Loftis in May to do the job.


www.kanawharecycles.org

Rodney Loftis says that, "Rodney Loftis & Son Contracting is pleased to partner with the Kanawha County Solid Waste Authority on the demolition project of the Slack Street facility.
If you'd like more information on this topic, or to schedule an interview, contact either James Young of the Kanawha County Solid Waste Authority at (304) 342-4477, or Rodney Loftis of Rodney Loftis & Son Contracting at (304) 342-8200.


www.toporock.net [cached]

For now, neither the building's owner Dr. Mitchell Rashid nor Rodney Loftis of Rodney Loftis & Son Contractors have applied for demolition permits, Harmon said.
Dr. Mitchell Rashid reportedly approached Loftis in May to do the job.


www.wvgazette.com

The Gazette reported last week the building could be torn down, but Rodney Loftis Jr. of Rodney Loftis & Son Contractor -- reportedly approached by the buildings owners to do the job -- said Monday he would no longer publicly discuss the potential job.
Keep your eyes on the top of the hill for the next two weeks and youll figure it out, Loftis said. Loftis wouldnt say whether a contract has been signed to complete Top-O-Rocks demolition. I have no comment, Loftis told the Gazette Monday.


www.wvgazette.com

Rodney Loftis, Jr., of Rodney Loftis & Son Contractors said he and Dr. Mitchell Rashid Top-O-Rocks current owner are discussing the project.
The citys Building Commission received reports Monday that the 10,000-square-foot house and studio had been vandalized. Many of its windows were broken and graffiti now covers much of the structures interior. As of Wednesday afternoon, Loftis said a job had been agreed to, but a contract had not been drawn up or signed.


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