Greg Ross digs out a cast metal marker which reads "Private Property Owned by State of Georgia Temporarily Used" that he acquired years ago and is now for sale in his eclectic shop Estate of Confusion off of Main Street in downtown Chattanooga.
Greg Ross digs out a cast metal marker which reads "Private Property Owned by State of Georgia Temporarily Used" that he acquired years ago and is now for sale in his eclectic shop Estate of Confusion off of Main Street in downtown Chattanooga.
Photo by Dan Henry .
published Tuesday, April 30th, 2013
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It was 2003 when local officials had the Civic Forum torn down at 10th and Market streets and found — lying in the basement — two long brass plaques bearing this message in all capital letters: "PRIVATE PROPERTY OWNED BY STATE OF GEORGIA TEMPORARILY USED."

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