Ag complex in limbo as officials consider substitute
While the idea to build a $30 million self-sustaining, multipurpose agricultural complex may be too lofty a goal at the moment, given Loudon County's other commitments to address school construction needs and jail overcrowding, officials are now retooling plans that may include a smaller, open-air horse arena.
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#1 Apr 6, 2013
Let the Horse owners and ag business take up a colletion and build it themselves. Just drive past a mini horse farm money or a horse or cattle breeder; money is no problem. Foget about using my taxpayer money.
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