LAW t (Continued From Page One) establishment of complete com munities based around the con cept of a community of mobile homes known as a mobile home according to the planning staff. This section of the ordinance was approved with minor revisions. The section dealing with mobile homes not in mobile home de velopments, the subject of much controversy during the morning was not rejected or acted upon.
An off duty Trenton Police Officer was in the area, heard the gunshots and saw a vehicle leaving the scene. So, he followed the car and contacted on duty officers for backup. Responding police units soon located the vehicle, causing the suspect to abandon the car and flee on foot, according to officials.
Same cannot be said for a lot of NGOs doing development work around the world, he added, less our military involvement in Iraq and Afghanistan. Most, Anson Williams, Marion Ross and Erin MoranThe four supporting cast members of the TV program Days charge that the show owner, CBS, has failed to pay royalties on merchandising items bearing their likenesses since the show 1974 debut. Came up to me and said, must be cleaning up on those casinos,’ Ross said, describing howshe first learned of the games.
“Our decision to dismiss the lawsuit is intended in the same spirit.”The health of Tumbling Creek was a major factor in the lawsuit. A cold water trout stream running through the mountains of southeast Tennessee, it feeds into the Ocoee River and is popular with local families for fishing, wading, and picnicking.Conservation groups were worried that heavy commercial logging along the creek would lead to erosion, harming fish and other wildlife.”We were concerned that the timber sale near Tumbling Creek would cause massive soil loss that would prevent trees from growing on steep slopes, as was the case with other recent logging projects, one of which was only a dozen miles west of this area,” said Axel Ringe, Conservation Chair for the Tennessee Chapter of the Sierra Club, referring to a recent timber sale known as the “Hogback” project.In 2015, monitoring of the Hogback sale revealed severe violations of the Forest Service’s requirement to protect soils, but this information was not acknowledged in the development of the Tumbling Creek project.”There was no indication that the Forest Service learned anything from Hogback, and the Tumbling Creek project was even risker, with more ground disturbances, larger harvests and steeper slopes, all concentrated on the banks of Tumbling Creek,” said Ringe. “This is one of the healthiest watersheds and streams in the area.