A group has formed to prevent the county from continuing with a lease to the Seymour Optimist Club.
In an email, flyer and personal calls, the members of the North Knob Creek Community Association (NKCCA) were notified on the first of September that all negotiations with the Seymour Optimist Club, the local Commissioners and the County Mayor had failed.
The notice went on to state the leaders of the group had selected Joe Baker to represent them in the suit.
After months of negotiations with local County Commissioners, County Mayor and the Seymour Optimist Club, the recently formed a non-profit corporation, known as the North Knob Creek Community Association (NKCCA), has retained Sevierville Attorney Joe Baker.
The basis of the suit is to prevent the Optimist Club from developing a sports complex on 14 acres of land in a residential area with several complications.... read the rest of the story by Subscribing now.