It is pretty common, at least in California, for a business being displaced by an eminent domain proceeding to seek compensation for loss of business goodwill. But what happens when the "business" is a non-profit organization?
In Cathedral City, the city has plans to acquire a property on which a longstanding thrift store sits. An August 17 article by Colin Atagi in The Desert Sun, Cathedral City plans may push Angel View move, opens:
A Cathedral City thrift store that's older than the community itself may relocate if the city acquires the property through eminent domain.
While the ...
For years, Cathedral City has been acquiring property by eminent domain as part of its 23-acre Eastside Downtown Area redevelopment plan, which seeks to redevelop downtown Cathedral City into a 39-unit commercial center. Our firm has also been involved in the project for years, having assisted several property owners impacted by the redevelopment agency's plans.
According to a January 26 Desert Sun article, "Cathedral City council votes to pay $535,000 in eminent domain land deal," Cathedral City recently approved a $535,000 settlement with one of the final remaining ...
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