Ed. note: The subject of Our Smokies, Our Future and those who are against the process has been a topic we have reported on for some time. As the story continues to evolve, the Herald felt it would be best to publish a multi-part series in order to provide the community with in-depth coverage.
With opposing viewpoints regarding the intentions of the collective organization known as Our Smokies, Our Future, a steering committee member and a Sevier County Tea Party activist laid out their reasons for the contrast.
While Sevier County Businessman Geoffrey Wolpert contends that OSOF is a grassroots effort with a main priority of community improvement, Pastor Rob Bremer of the Tea Party contests the visionary process is a local branch of the United Nation’s Agenda 21.... read the rest of the story by Subscribing now.