No. 739 (1974).

72 Wis.2d 210 (1976)

240 N.W.2d 399

VANDERVELDE, and another, Plaintiffs-Respondents, and others, Intervening Plaintiffs-Respondents, v. CITY OF GREEN LAKE, Defendant-Appellant.

Supreme Court of Wisconsin.

Decided April 7, 1976.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

For the appellant there were briefs and oral argument by Arthur M. Wiesender of Berlin.

For the respondents there was a brief by John Scripp and Whyte & Hirschboeck, S. C. of Milwaukee, and oral argument by Mr. Scripp.


The litigation arises out of the procedure invoked by the city of Green Lake to condemn certain portions of land owned by the plaintiffs-respondents and the intervening plaintiffs-respondents (hereinafter plaintiffs). The condemnation is for the purpose of extending the sanitary sewer and water mains of the city to four property owners who presently have private sewer and water systems. The plaintiffs also dispute the validity of three city ordinances...

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