The history of the development of cities and towns in Washington, as elsewhere in the nation, is punctuated with problems relating to the construction and financing of local improvements. The accelerating increase of population in metropolitan areas of the state, can be expected to multiply these problems. It thus seems appropriate to examine special assessment principles as an aid to counsel representing private parties or municipalities
Philip A. Trautman,
Assessments in Washington,
Wash. L. & Rev.
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