She presented the council Tuesday with information from a lawyer with an abstract company that she said showed that the neighbors did not abut
HHPA has designed a program that expands the public lobby and basement; restores the exterior facade; reconstructs the original double entrance stair; restores all interior elements, including detailed plaster and woodwork; upgrades the theater's technology and infrastructure to accommodate contemporary needs; inserts an elevator; renovates the existing buildings on 43rd Street which abut
the Victory stage to serve back-of-the-house functions; and installs new theater equipment.
One lake abuts
a commercial area and another abuts
a soon to be approved location of a medical complex.
As shown in Table 8, the data do not support the idea that price effects are greater or more significant when a home abuts
a higher-voltage HVTL.
Paul's Anglican church, a church that abuts
the property, is a co-owner and congregation separate from General Synod.
Regan, whose four-acre property abuts
the orchard and who acts as spokesperson for the group, says he hopes the city will preserve the apple orchard.
To come up with that mailing list, pipelines have to use the most recent county or city tax records and send notification to people whose property is directly affected, abuts
the facility site, including the compressors, is within the area of new storage fields, or abuts
the existing right-of-way.
Because this was an issue of first impression in South Dakota, the court reviewed cases from other jurisdictions and formulated the rule that a landowner's compensation for loss of access may arise when (1) a property abuts
a proposed controlled-access highway, (2) the state takes a portion of the property in a condemnation proceeding for the highway, (5) the state mitigates some compensable element of damage based on the state's designation of a feature of the project, (4) the state subsequently eliminates that feature, and (5) the landowner can prove special damages.