"We found a few things that upset us, such as fire alarm systems, emergency lighting, exit signs - life safety features that require attention," Boyd said today.The house was built in the mid sixties as part of a campus renovation plan which included a new "Fraternity Row" on campus. All the houses affected are in the same area and were built around the same time.
Boyd said the first fraternity, Pi Kappa Phi, 1828 Fraternity Park Drive, was closed Saturday. Two other fraternity houses, Lambda Chi Alpha, 1848 Fraternity Park Drive, and Sigma Phi Epsilon, 1832 Fraternity Park Drive, were closed Tuesday.
The SigEp chapter at Tennessee has plans to build a new house on the same site, but has not yet set a date for ground-breaking. Maybe this will be the "opportunity" needed to get things started.
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