For almost two decades Rome City and General Electric officials have worked to come up with an agreement for 123 acres of property in West Rome. On Tuesday, the land that once belonged to G.E. was officially taken over by the city. Watch as Coosa Valley News spoke with Chris Platt, GE Rome Facility Manager as well as Rome City Manager Sammy Rich about the acquisition of the land and what citizens of Rome and Floyd County can expect to see rise from it.