Thursday, April 18, 2013

U-Haul Settlement
That long planned and much delayed flood water control effort in downtown Johnson City may begin moving again this week. Special attorney for Johnson City, Eric Herrin is scheduled to address the city commission in the settlement of the suit with U-Haul in the eminent domain property case in the area needed for part of the flood mitigation project. The city's long-range downtown flood plan is estimated to cost $30 million but no cash settlement has been mentioned for the U-Haul property that makes up a small portion of the actual land area involved. Some of the other eight phases of the overall plan have already gone to the design stage. (CS)

Thursday, May 28, 2015

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