City may use eminent domain to use land on Darling Drive
Will the city of Alexandria have to use eminent domain to obtain right-of-way easements for a waterline extension on Darling Drive?
City leaders hope it won't come to that - and the process of obtaining easements on the 55 or so parcels has been going smoothly so far, according to City Attorney John Lervick.
But the council wants to be prepared just in case.
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