Many times before a government agency actually commits itself to moving forward with acquiring a property for a public project, the agency needs to undertake certain testing at the site to make sure the site is viable and feasible. After all, no agency wants to unknowingly be stuck with a contaminated property or one that cannot support the proposed use. The testing involved usually involves various degrees of soil sampling and boring.
Public agencies typically seek permission from the owner of the property in question to conduct the testing. But what happens when the ...
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