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Chattanooga's $100m waterfront project sinking into Tennessee River

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Chattanooga, Tenn., spent $120 million on its downtown showpiece waterfront -- the 21st Century Waterfront -- less than a decade ago, yet it has already sunk six inches into the Tennessee River in some places. Repairing the damage and stopping the erosion will cost taxpayers about $9 million, according to the Chattanooga Times Free Press. Writes the TFP's Joy Lukachick: And Chattanooga...

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