February 1, 2012
Public hearing on proposal that would open future expansion of Doty/Dryad Cemetery
Public input sought for re-designation of two parcels of trust land in Lewis County
OLYMPIA – The Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) will conduct a public hearing to receive testimony about a proposed exchange of trust designations for two parcels of DNR-managed state trust land in Lewis County. The exchange would make it possible for Lewis County Cemetery District 3 to expand the Doty/Dryad Cemetery by approximately 1.27 acres at a future date.
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| What:|| Public hearing|
| When:|| 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m., February 16, 2012|
| Where:||Washington State CPS Training Room, 3401 Galvin Road, Centralia, Washington, 98531|
| Why:||To gather public testimony about a proposed exchange of trust designations for two parcels of DNR-managed state trust land in Lewis County|
Written comments will be accepted until 4:00 p.m., February 23, 2012, at:
Washington State Department of Natural Resources
Asset and Property Management Division
ATTN: Doty/Dryad Cemetery Inter-Trust Exchange
PO Box 47014
Olympia, WA 98504-7014
or e-mail comments to: email@example.com
From I-5 northbound: Take Exit 82 for Harrison Ave. Turn LEFT onto Harrison Ave.
From I-5 southbound: Take Exit 82 for Harrison Ave., and merge right onto Harrison Ave.
Go 1.1 miles and turn LEFT onto Galvin Rd. Destination will be on the right.
More information about the Doty/Dryad Cemetery Inter-Trust exchange is online at: http://www.dnr.wa.gov/Publications/em_fs12_002.pdf
#WA DNR proposes state trust land exchange so Lewis County can expand the Doty-Dryad Cemetery. http://1.usa.gov/y2IKIj
Inter-trust exchange details
Lewis County Cemetery District 3 is interested in purchasing 1.27 acres of state trust land adjacent to the Doty/Dryad Cemetery for cemetery expansion. In order to make the purchase possible, DNR proposes to switch that parcel’s trust designation from State Forest Transfer Trust land (which cannot be sold under state law) to Common School Trust land, which may be sold. To change trust designations, a parcel of equal valued Common School Trust land elsewhere in Lewis County would be re-designated as State Forest Transfer Trust land. The Cemetery District could then purchase the newly designated Common School Trust land for its expansion.
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