Staff photo by Tommy Millsaps
Numerous large branches and trees are down on the former TMG campus. City officials worry
about the state of the property while its ownership remains in disputed in court.
|Published: 8:23 AM, 08/16/2012
Author: Tommy Millsaps
Source: The Monroe County Advocate
SWEETWATER-It was once one of the most
scenic properties in Sweetwater.
But now some city officials consider
the the 144-acre former TMI and Tennessee Meiji Gakuin campus not
only an eyesore but a danger to the community, as it sits idle and
"Trees are all over the road," said
City Planning and Codes Enforcement Officer Scott Wilson.
Some fear the uncut grass could become
a fire hazard and city officials wonder if a fire truck could even
make it through the trees and brush to the buildings should one catch
See full story in the Wednesday, August 15, edition of The Advocate & Democrat.
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