Many construction projects require an easement or
right-of-way agreement to allow construction, operation, maintenance, repair or
replacement of WRC systems. WRC staff work with individual property owners to
develop acceptable terms for the easements necessary to construct storm
drainage systems, sanitary sewer systems, lake level control structures and
water supply systems.
is the nonpossessory right to
use and/or enter another person's land for a specified purpose. Typically, the
acquired rights involve a specific portion of the property. A right-of-way is a type of easement that gives someone the legal right to travel across property owned
by another person.