Did the survey that DDES/DPER received, reflect the legal description?
Did the survey that DDES/DPER received have the block of the King County Assessor and Deputy Assessor and
DDES/DPER head included with the recording with King County?
Again we request a
moratorium/stay on the work on the Vashon Parks Fields project until these matters are correctly and according to titles & statutes established as accomplished.
Margaret and Gay Rosser & Family
From: "Bottheim, Steve" <Steve.Bottheim@kingcounty.gov>
To: Rachel Gay Rosser <email@example.com>; "Starbard, John" <John.Starbard@kingcounty.gov>; "Ortiz, Cathy" <Cathy.Ortiz@kingcounty.gov>; "Chan, Jim" <Jim.Chan@kingcounty.gov>; "Sandin, Randy" <Randy.Sandin@kingcounty.gov>
Sent: Tuesday, April 30, 2013 3:47 PM
Subject: RE: Vashon Parks Fields Project
It is the responsibility of the permittee to ensure that work that they are performing complies with approved plans and meets required setbacks. The standard of practice in determining property boundaries is
a recorded survey. The Vashon Park District has provided a recorded survey to supplement their application documents. As we have noted in prior communication, if you disagree with the location of the property line, your recourse would be to file a civil action
in King County Superior Court. You should probably contact an attorney if that is the direction you want to pursue. This department has no role in resolving property line disputes.
I’ve also sent a response to your earlier questions under separate email. The email includes attachments to supplement the response.
Department of Permitting and Environmental Review
35030 S.E. Douglas St., Ste. 210
Snoqualmie, WA 98065-9266
From: Rachel Gay Rosser [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, April 30, 2013 1:48 PM
To: Bottheim, Steve; Starbard, John; Ortiz, Cathy; Chan, Jim; Sandin, Randy
Subject: Fw: Vashon Parks FieldsProject
Any chance these questions might be able to be answered today or the next?
As Parks continues to cut our tree limbs and break up our fence It seems rather pressing that the Department that is to be accessed to resolve such issues during a permitted project
is contacted before more damage than has already taken place occurs. Things seem to be spiraling out.
Again we request a moratorium/stay on the work on the Vashon Parks Fields project until these matters are correctly and according to titles & statutes accomplished.
Margaret and Gay Rosser & Family
Thank you for your response.
Regarding this paragraph in your response,
"With respect to the fence installation, this is really a matter to take up with
the Vashon Park District( VPD). A fence up to six feet high is allowed within the setbacks and the plans show this alignment along the property line. If construction crews are blocking your driveway, or you have an issue with designation of the property line,
please contact VPD. The property line dispute is a civil matter between you and the VPD.".
Who is the Department with-in King County or WA State when boundary lines are eliminated or previously existing lot line designation
altered in a DDES/DPER permitted project, to contact?
When trees are razed and fences torn out without due process that alter an existing line under a DDES/DPER permit, &
is "disputed" by abutting property owners, who is the Department to contact to resolve such matters?
What set-backs shall the DPER have the Vashon Parks adhere to?