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By CINDY SIMPSON
Harriman will use a trusted firm in its spat with Pinnacle Pointe developers over money the state says the developers owe the city.
Harriman City Council has voted to allow City Attorney Harold Balcom and Treasurer Charles Kerley to proceed with Vaughn & Melton, an engineering firm that has previously worked with the city.
The city asked Balcom and Kerley to select an engineering firm to study computer models in the debate between the city and Prestige Land Co. developers.
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