The City of Claremont voted 4-1 to extend its redevelopment agency's eminent domain authority for another 12 years. In a November 29 Inland Valley Daily Bulletin article, Claremont renews its eminent domain power, reporter Wes Woods, II writes that the the City's redevelopment agency amended its redevelopment plan to prevent its eminent domain authority from lapsing in December.
The use of eminent domain is often controversial, but especially so when it is for redevelopment purposes. And, when redevelopment requires condemnation of residential property, the public tends to ...
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