Pine Street closed as it continues to...

Pine Street closed as it continues to deteri...

There are 1 comment on the Logan Banner story from Aug 31, 2013, titled Pine Street closed as it continues to deteri.... In it, Logan Banner reports that:

The situation on Pine Street began March 15, 2012, when Logan was hit by a flood, and the edge of the road slid.

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Talbott, TN

#1 Sep 1, 2013
My parents had to move from 115 pine street in February because the hill slid off and was pushing on the back of the apartment building they lived in. The city came out and condemned the building. Now the owner has it for sale. I sure wouldn't buy it and move in there knowing the rest of the hill and houses above it could end up on top of you some day.

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