Homeowners fume as Garden City pushes for eminent domain to claim lake access (UT)

Since 2013, there has been a seemingly constant battle back-and-forth between the homeowners and Garden City town officials over whether or not the private lanes in the subdivision that connect their homes and the lake should be available to the public.  Now, months after a judge in Utah’s 1st District Court ruled in favor of the property owners, the homeowners of the subdivision are fuming as town officials push forward to use eminent domain to claim two of the six lanes — roads made from grass, dirt and gravel — at the center of the lengthy squabble.    Read the article…………..


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