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Arrowmont is in initial plans of site’s development group

A group of Gatlinburg residents is hoping to build a giant entertainment complex along the Parkway and said Friday that the project – which has sparked intense speculation in recent days – could include a spot for the Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts. (more…)

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Local Knoxville channels covered the Arrowmont development at the top of the news this evening.

WBIR: Article Video 
WVLT: Article & Video

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Pi Beta Phi bemoans misinformation, but offers no plan details 

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The Knoxville NBC affiliate WBIR today posted a short article/blog discussing the Pi Phi grand council’s letter (with a link to the letter) to alumnae.

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The Mountain Press today had a frontpage article (online version shorter than the paper) and an Editorial about the $500 million development project, which includes the Arrowmont property. Others are talking about it as well. Also see this article on Gatlinburg’s future.

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While most of us are pretty darn upset with what is occurring with Arrowmont, rightfully so, solid information is scarce. In reading the last few newspaper articles and the attached comments from people all over, however, we’ve noted some compelling points that we (well, a few of us) think should be brought into the discussion. Gatlinburg doesn’t seem to want them, and even if the resort monstrosity carved out their section and left Arrowmont in place, the haven (more…)

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This is taken from Ira Lapides’ website, you can read more here.

8/22/08 

SAVE ARROWMONT ! 

   Given that my opponent has taken so much PAC money from the associations that represent realtors and land developers I would be interested in hearing his stance on the issue of selling the Arrowmont School property. The sale of a piece of our communities heritage to these tree-cutting, mountain-top clearing builders of Gatlinburg’s future (more…)

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