Seventy-six cabin owners on Priest Lake who rent the land under their cabins from the state of Idaho have filed a lawsuit charging that the state is claiming ownership of improvements such as access roads and utility lines that the renters installed with their own money. As a result, the latest appraisals for the state-owned cabin sites have ballooned as much as 80 percent, pushing the value beyond the means of many lessees. Those appraisals will be used as minimum bids for possible public auctions and as the basis for future rents.
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