Feb 06, The City of Seattle has officially settled two lawsuits against West Seattle homeowners allegedly responsible for cutting down trees in the city-owned Duwamish Head shrubdrop.buzzted Reading Time: 2 mins. Feb 06, The city on Monday announced it settled a lawsuit with a second group of West Seattle homeowners who allegedly cut publicly owned trees to improve the views from their properties.
The nine homeowners late January agreed to pay the city,; with the previous lawsuit that the city settled in April, that makes a total of, to be used for restoration efforts along the site and other public Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins.
Feb 05, City settles last of the lawsuits over the illegal tree cutting for, Looking east, this was the scene after trees on the hillside overlooking the West Seattle freeway were cut down illegally in The city has now settled the last of the lawsuits in the matter. Mon, 02/05/ Feb 05, Feb 05, SEATTLE -- The city has settled the second of two lawsuits against West Seattle homeowners. The city alleged the homeowners hired people to cut trees in a greenbelt in late or early to.
Feb 05, More than trees were cut down, including big leaf maples. The tree cutting was not permitted and took place on a steep hillside. The first lawsuit was settled in - a. Apr 19, Homeowners to pay K as the city settles one lawsuit over West Seattle clear-cut Originally published April 19, at pm Updated April 19, at pm Show caption.