Concerned citizens expresses displeasure with Columbia County
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It sounds as though the court was misled, even if unintentionally… I wonder if eminent domain would have been granted if the actual facts had been known.
Agree, also what is the land value 3 1/2 years ago vs what it will be when the project starts? Should he be paid the difference?
Mike Randolph that was my first thought. Values are higher now than 3-1/2 yrs ago.
Mr. Lin and his attorney need to research a potential application of a prescriptive easement while the county drags its feet.