Agreement reached in nuisance complaint against Alcoa hotel complex
From Staff Reports
A settlement agreement has been reached between the city of Alcoa and the owners of an Alcoa motel over a nuisance complaint filed against the facilities last week.
Blount County Circuit Court Judge David Duggan Thursday issued a permanent injunction against Mani Associates and Mani LLC, owners of the Days Inn and Budget Inn/Royal Extended Stay in Alcoa, enjoining them from continuing the operation of a nuisance on the property located at 2962 Alcoa Highway and 2970 Alcoa Highway.
The agreement further allows for the resumption of business at the sites provided the following conditions are met:
• All health, building, property maintenance, electrical, plumbing, and fire codes shall be brought into current compliance, including the permitting to engage in any work needed to come into compliance. Individual buildings may open for operation as they are brought into compliance with all codes;
• A security camera system allowing remote access and storage at any time to law enforcement must be installed;
• Management personnel must cooperate fully with all government officials to ensure continued compliance;
• Any unlawful structures currently on the grounds must be removed or permitted.
The order also requires the owners to repay $11,219.98 to the city for the costs of the action and imposes a lien on the property until the payment is made.
Check back here later for more details or read Friday’s print edition of The Daily Times.