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Column: Georgia Forestry Commission goes to great heights to maintain our forests
Rudi Kiefer
One of the tallest structures in northern Hall County is the fire tower in Lula. Its location on Georgia Rt.52 is on the tall ridge separating the Chattahoochee drainage basin from the Oconee. Staff members of the Georgia Forestry Commission (GFC) have to climb 15 scary-looking flights of stairs, out in the open, to get to the shed enclosure at the top.