Lechelt v. City of Seattle
1982.WA.40597 ; 650 P.2d 240; 32 Wash. App. 831
Division One Court of Appeals of Washington
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King County appeals from an order of summary judgment precluding it from requiring that adequate access be furnished prior to the subdivision of property situated in southeast King County. The property in question comprises 200 acres of land acquired by the respondents Lechelt between 1966 and 1967. Access to the property is furnished by a county road which runs in part through the city of Seattles Cedar River Watershed. The City generally prohibits public use of watershed property and excludes access to that property, although it has not acted to close the county road at issue in this case. In July 1967, the City and County signed an agreement calling for the replacement of the existing road with a new one which would run outside the watershed. Enabling legislation was passed by both municipalities and funds appropriated for planning and engineering purposes.