One development group came to a Harriman Regional Planning Commission meeting several years ago, but dropped plans to build a sizable shopping complex with a restaurant — because of no access.
By Cindy Simpson
Friday, October 26, 2012 at 12:00 am (Updated: October 26, 12:00 am)
A street in the Pinnacle Pointe shopping development in central Roane County is another step closer to being opened to other parcels.
Pinnacle Drive, which is part of litigation between the city of Harriman and developers over who owes whom for public and private work done at the development, has been a hot topic since the owner of a neighboring parcel has requested help in getting access to the shopping complex.
The city is moving forward with the steps needed to condemn the Midtown-area property between the road and that owner’s land.
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