The Cassans’ property rights story makes national news, again
For the second time in less than a month, the Cassan’s property rights battle with the City of SeaTac has made national news.
The Cassans have owned the Dollar-A-Day rent-a-car and Park ‘n Fly facility across the street from Sea-Tac Airport since 1968. Now, despite a development agreement with the City of SeaTac and the fact that the Cassans’ Park ‘n Fly has been a part of the city of SeaTac’s economic foundation for almost half a century, the SeaTac City Council has passed an ordinance directing that the Cassans’ property be taken from them by eminent domain.
Check out the story that aired this morning on FOX News Channel:
For more on the Cassans’ battle with the City of SeaTac, see our previous post.