Thursday, May 16, 2013

The County Wants Enforcement & The City Council Voted
In Virginia, Washington County and Bristol City officials agree to allow highway access to the Trammel property at the corner of Lee Highway and Clear Creek Road which is just outside the city limits. The undeveloped site was the focus of a lawsuit between the city and county over annexation issues as proper development of the Trammel property was always seen as a positive for the city and county. The county wants an enforceable agreement prohibiting other jurisdictions from soliciting existing businesses within the boundaries of each locality. Differences were discussed and the City Council voted unanimously to acknowledge state legislation that empowers the city to collect sales taxes from The Falls commercial development and use that money to offset the cost of developing the project at exit five of I-81. (bg)

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