Eminent domain is typically used in the context of a freeway widening, a grade separation project, a utility corridor, or perhaps a new school. It's not often you hear about the use of eminent domain in the healthcare industry. But it does happen.
Take a recent example in Oceanside: the Tri-City Medical Center, a public hospital, is looking to expand its facility. It apparently has the power of eminent domain, and according to a North County Times article, OCEANSIDE: Tri-City seeks to take land through eminent domain, it's ready to use that power this week by adopting a resolution ...
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