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Letters to the Editor - 1/1/18

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ORDINANCE 18403
 
I'd like to point out that you missed the gross illegality of Ordinance 18403 - King County is trying to charge for the use of what is the equivalent of an easement on my property (the right-of-way).  King County may not charge a fee for that which it does not own; my property includes the public right-of-way.  See mrsc.org/Home/Stay-Informed/MRSC-Insight/January-2014/What-is-the-Nature-of-a-Public-Right-of-Way.aspx for more information on this, including case law from before Washington was a state that says that ownership of rights-of-way stay with the owner of the adjacent property.
 
Karen Isaacson, Woodinville

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