JOHNSON CITY, Tenn. - A nearly two-year court battle over a piece of property in downtown Johnson City could soon come to an end.
The attorney representing Johnson City is prepared to present a settlement plan to commissioners Thursday night to close the purchase of the current U-Haul property.
He won't release the specifics until the commissioners see the plan.
If approved, the settlement would end a lengthy court battle between U-Haul and the city over the property.
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