By Rebekah LaSala
SPECIAL TO THE HIGHLINE TIMES
Brett Fish of Normandy Park is in a battle to fight for his cherished boyhood home, and to stop what he adamantly feels is flagrant misuse of the easement road that runs through his property.
Fish is the son of local born, well-loved journalist and writer, Byron Fish who passed away in 1996. Byron Fish was a former Normandy Park mayor.
It has been Brett’s personal mission to launch into a battle with the Southwest Suburban Sewer District that has become fraught with conflict stemming from the SWSSD’s alleged misuse of the road.
The controversy involves an agreement allowing the sewer district to use Fish’s road to access the district’s compost plant. Fish’s house and the plant sit near each other along Miller Creek, just south of Sylvester Road Southwest.
The easement agreement allows the district to use the road for trucks hauling compost and sludge.More ›