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City of San Diego Accused of Charging Fees for Land It Doesn’t Own

In one of the most unusual stories to cross my desk, a woman is accusing the City of San Diego and many of its employees of charging the public to use land that belongs to her family.

Merrilee Miller of Goleta says that her family has owned the land adjacent to Lake Murray for generations. Despite that, for 48 years, San Diego has been charging people access fees to walk the trails and mountains and further, that City employees have filed fraudulent deeds and other documents (title fraud) to hide the fact that the land is privately owned.

If what she alleges is true, this could be one of the largest real estate frauds ever committed by a municipal agency.

Read the letter Ms. Miller has written, along with the document she provide, to the La Mesa Patch.

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