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Apr 20, The Seattle city attorney announced Wednesday that a, settlement has been reached with two families in West Seattle concerning the cutting of trees on city property. Feb 06, City seeksmillion in fines, damages for illegal West Seattle tree cutting.
Seattle Parks plans to use the settlement money to continue work restoring the site and other greenbelts in Author: Joel Connelly. Feb 05, The unpermitted tree cutting near the block of 35th Ave.
SW occurred in environmentally critical areas on a steep slope near the defendants’ homes.
In the announced settlement, Stanley J.
In its two lawsuits, the City alleged that two separate groups of people were responsible for cutting two distinct areas of City trees. Feb 06, Rest easy, trees of Seattle. The city has reached a settlement with nine West Seattle homeowners who allegedly hired workers to cut down a bunch of city-owned trees to improve their view s. Those homeowners- Kostas Kyrimis, Linda Kyrimis, Nancy Despain, Wendy Sweigart, Leroy Bernard, Joyce Bernard, Charles King, Shirley King and Bruce Gross- on January 31 agreed to pay the city, to resolve a lawsuit against them over the dead trees.
She said the settlement amount makes the payment 60 percent more expensive, per tree, than others paid in a case in Mount Baker.
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