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The property rights greed shows little concern

The property rights greed shows little concern for planning a quality future that includes everyone.

Property values and neighborhood quality decrease with poor planning for any development.

Property rights pale if your land is in the best path for utility easements to these projects.



Utilities can condemn your land and fair reimbursement rarely comes without a legal fight.

People complain about payment for property that is already worth plenty at current standards.




Everyone wants to be a millionaire so they can send their descendants to another planet when we have used up the earth’s clean air, water and land.

Kimberlee Cote

Grass Valley


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