Q: I live in Washington co tn and have older home and 5 acres . Around 10 years ago the county paved the "right of way " .
In doing this the lines to my septic and water (city line) were paved over. The property adjacent to the paved road is property 40 acres that is for sale by family of deceased owner. A contractor made offer and said it was contingent on moving my septic and lines . The contractor wanting to double width of road - saying I have to incur the cost of moving it. Further more there was an old church (late 1800s ) that was torn down and I know that there was a cemetery that the headstones had been removed but was behind the old church . I don't think the contractor knows the cemetery is there and plans to build housing subdivision on the land. Please help me with these situations
A: What is it that you want to do?...And the contractor can not make you pay for what is probably a road widening approved by the County Commission. In fact there have probably been two or three County Commission Meetings already on this subdivision development. Why did you not attend and voice your opinion?... Does the road widening involve your property, and if so, did you already deed off a strip of land for a pittance?
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