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"The biggest announcement in that County Commission/MPC meeting, that you left out, was that only 7% of the affected land is in the City of Knoxville. Why would you omit that? Probably because it is a game changer."
As much as it goes against my better judgment to even respond to the worst troll in town, I'll just note that the amount of affected land in the city and county has been obvious to anyone who can read a map since the plan was first put forth. Of course most of the affected property is outside city limits -- that's where most of the open land in Knox County is.
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