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Old 10-11-2012, 10:04 PM   #9
Jim Lawyer
Join Date: Aug 2005
Posts: 101
Actually, Sugarloaf is already on state land.
According to the online tax maps for Hamilton County (which you can browse here:, the property boundary runs just west of the top of the cliff. (You can zoom in, turn on satellite view, and clearly see the cliff with the property boundaries.) This means the land in front of the cliff *and* the cliff itself are owned by the Nature Conservancy. I think it's pretty clear, but to know for sure, one would have to walk the property and look for boundary markings (if they're even there), or consult the deeds.
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