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An unjustice that stinks

June 18, 2013

I recently met Barbara Glaspell of Cortland. She is a sweet grandmotherly lady, but in the eyes of the law, she is a criminal....

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Jun-21-13 8:50 AM

I don't understand how a "private" person can extend a sewer across the fee properties of free citizens with a "private" sewer, which when completed will be given to the county.

The property of ... probably most people affected by this kind of action is owned to the centerline of the road.

The county, township or state most often owns a right-of-way for roadway purposes.

This right-of-way for "roadway" purposes, shouldn't include free ridership for more extensive easements to third parties, such as gas, electric, water, cable TV and even sanitary sewers(especially "private".

All these entities should be required to obtain easements for their own further encumbrance and cloud on citizens' property.

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Jun-18-13 4:22 PM

There is a whole bunch of things wrong with this but the TCBH with their blinders on approach do nothing for the good of the citizen. She has no need and there has been no due process.

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Jun-18-13 12:33 PM

Martha. Not a fan of many of your past columns. But I gotta tip my hat to you here. That was one GREAT piece exposing the plight of this good woman and the law that is unjustly against her.

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Jun-18-13 11:34 AM

My apologies to Ms. Glaspell. She lives in Howland,not Cortland.

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