Photo Kimberly McMillians
Trash cans, soiled rags and abandoned vehicles barely concealed from the highway have stirred mixed reviews with residents in the Valley Brook area off state Highway 60 in Dayton, Tenn. Residents have sought help from the county to answer questions about where the boundaries of property rights and a violation of the Nuisance Law meet after "rats as big as cats" have wreaked havoc with insulation and other property.
Photo Kimberly McMillians Trash cans, soiled rags and abandoned vehicles barely concealed from the highway have stirred mixed reviews with residents in the Valley Brook area off state Highway 60 in Dayton, Tenn. Residents have sought help from the county to answer questions about where the boundaries of property rights and a violation of the Nuisance Law meet after "rats as big as cats" have wreaked havoc with insulation and other property.
published Thursday, February 10th, 2011
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DAYTON, Tenn—After a year of repeated phone calls and visits with Rhea County officials, residents in the Valley Brook Village community soon may find a resolution for their "gopher-sized" problem.

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