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By CINDY SIMPSON
Harriman City Attorney Harold Balcom believes the city could be owed between $1.7 million and $2.2 million for public monies spent on private development at Pinnacle Pointe.
Harriman officials, in turn, plan moving forward with litigation after last month’s failed mediation between Pinnacle Pointe developers and city officials.
“To say [the mediation] was fruitless would be the beginning of everything,” Balcom told Harriman City Council during its regular meeting Tuesday.
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