Johnson City Commission to consider U-Haul property deal
Gary B. Gray
Apr 17, 2013 at 10:08 AM
Though the dollar amount has not yet been revealed, the City Commission tonight will consider a property settlement agreement in which the city would pay U-Haul for its downtown property and litigation between the two would cease.
Erick Herrin, who is representing Johnson City in a suit brought by the company to halt its removal from 114 W. King St. for use as a flood mitigation project, said Tuesday that U-Haul is aware of the offer and its attorneys are communicating with the company.
The question now is whether commissioners will agree the offer is fair.
Read the full story on the Johnson City Press website.