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March 22, 2013

Clarksville threatens Colgate property owners with fines

Colgate owners could be fined up to $2,500 per day

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CLARKSVILLE —

“We are spending $150,000 on all of this nonsense, which whatever [is going on], it has been going on for 85 years,” Sheth said. 

The decision to give Lockard the go-ahead to send the development group the letter was not unanimous. Councilman John Gilkey said he opposed the action. 

“My comment to the council was that for years, the council had indicated they want to use funding out of the South End TIF to facilitate redevelopment of that property, and it does not appear that we are working in good faith with those people,” Gilkey said. 

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