TITLE

Landowner sues city for replacing sewer line

AUTHOR(S)
Phillips, Jim
PUB. DATE
November 2013
SOURCE
Athens News;11/14/2013, p18
SOURCE TYPE
Newspaper
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article discusses issues regarding the installation of a storm-water drainage line by the city of Athens in Ohio on a land owned by Sean Jones without his permission. It mentions that Jones, who reports violation of his 5th and 14th U.S Amendment rights, has asked the Athens County Common Pleas Court to issue a court order against the city and urge them compensate. The city as suggested was already facing a lawsuit related to Columbus Road storm-water lines filed in 2010.
ACCESSION #
92001759

 

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