Billy Carter’s Gas Station May Become Historic Site
Gas stations don’t often become historic landmarks, unless they were once owned by the colorful brother of a U.S. president. Congress is preparing to expand the historic site honoring former President Jimmy Carter by adding 30 acres that includes the gas station once owned by Billy Carter. The cost to the federal government is expected to be $17 million over five years.
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