Miller v. Bradley
In Miller v. Bradley, 4 P.3d 882, 886 (Wyo. 2000), the Millers alleged 24-9-101 notice must be given to all surrounding property owners affected by the grant of a private road and damages should be assessed for all affected properties regardless of whether the road crosses over such properties.
The Court held that the statute only requires notice to owners of land over which the private road is applied for, not to all surrounding landowners who might be affected.
Therefore, the court clarified that damages should be assessed only for the lands over which the road crosses, not for all surrounding affected properties.