Staff photos by Tommy Millsaps
Volunteers and workers from Enota were on the grounds of the former TMI and TMG campus in
recent days cleaning up. The property has remained vacant for months while its ownership
remains in legal dispute.
|Published: 8:58 AM, 10/01/2012
Author: Tommy Millsaps
Source: The Monroe County Advocate
SWEETWATER-There were signs of life and
in a small way, renewal at the deserted and overgrown former TMI/TMG
campus this past week.
No one had been allowed on the 144-acre
campus for months due to a Chancery Court ruling to keep people off
the grounds while ownership of the property remains in a legal
But after Sweetwater Planning and Code
Enforcement Officer Scott Wilson petitioned Chancellor Jerri Bryant
to allow cleanup on the property, Enota, one of the groups involved
in the ongoing legal dispute, jumped at the chance to be involved
bringing several people from the 60-acre North Georgia retreat the
organization runs and working with several local volunteers. You can
visit enota.com to learn more about the facility.
"We are here for the community," said Dr. Swan Freed, who heads Enota.
See full story in the Sunday, Sept. 30, edition of The Advocate & Democrat.
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