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By DAMON LAWRENCE
South of the River constable Butch Barding was skeptical that a three-and-a-half-year-old junkyard case would go forward on Thursday.
He may be right.
Attorneys said they had tentatively worked out a deal Tuesday afternoon.
Roane County had accused James and Patricia Woods and Dean and Nola Howard of violating county zoning laws by operating a junkyard at 123 Rose Circle.
The case was on the Chancery Court docket for Thursday.
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