Princeton council approves property exchange

Kenny Woodard of Princeton agreed to share legal and research fees with the Town of Princeton to resolve a property encroachment issue over the Community Building.

By Steve Reed

sreed@kenlynews.com

Princeton Commissioners voted on Monday, July 9, to exchange property with a local resident to avoid an encroachment upon the Princeton Community Building.

The community building is located at 106 N. Center St. The town is in the process of renovating the building and through research found an encroachment. The encroaching property is 107 N. Pearl St., owned by Kenny and Karen Woodard.

Town Attorney Bob Spence advised the board the best way to remedy the situation was to exchange equal amounts of property.

The town acquired a recombination survey plat for the community building from Streamline Land Surveying Inc. of Coats.

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