|Published: 8:41 AM, 06/05/2013
||Last updated: 8:41 AM, 06/05/2013
Author: Tommy Millsaps
Source: The Monroe County Advocate
SWEETWATER-Chancery Court papers filed
recently show a Nov. 13-15 trial date has been set for the dispute
over the ownership of the former TMI and TMG campus in Sweetwater.
The court papers also show Chancellor
Jerri Bryant recently decided on a plan to allow for upkeep of the
more than 140-acre campus off Highway 11 while the ownership remains
According to the plan worked out by
Bryant and the two disputing parties, both the plaintiff-Sweet Water
Sustainability Institute (SWSI) and the defendants-Enota and Urban
Century Institute/Sakura Trust Preservation will jointly be
responsible for keeping up the grounds while the case remains in
They will take 30-day turns mowing the
grounds, according to the agreement.
Bryant's ruling states both parties
will designate a representative who will be permitted to live on the
property for the purpose of preserving, inspecting, securing and
mowing the property.
The papers state the representative for
the defendants is Michael Mason while the plaintiff's representative
is Eric Balthazor.
Each representative will be permitted
to occupy a building to operate out of and store materials.
See full story in the Wednesday, June 5, edition of The Advocate & Democrat.
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