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Real Property – Easements – Public Utilities – Archeological Site Destruction (access required)

When the defendant-city’s agents destroyed stone bridge abutments that had been built in the 1700’s, the agents were acting with the sole, legitimate purpose of clearing the sewer easement on plaintiffs’ land to allow the city to repair the sewer line. Thus, the city’s destruction of the alleged archaeological resource, although unfortunate, did not violate ...

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