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Pennsylvania eminent domain news

Thursday, June 28, 2012
Appeals court upholds Centralia injunction denial
Centre Daily Times, State College, PA. (Associated Press)– Jun 28, 2012
A federal appeals court has rejected residents' request to stop the government from seizing property in a mostly abandoned Pennsylvania town that's had a mine fire burning underneath it for more than 50 years…

Foreclosures leave empty eyesores
Sunday News, Lancaster, PA – Jun 24, 2012
The City of Lancaster tracks foreclosures via data provided by the county on real estate transactions, said Randy Patterson, the city's director of Economic Development & Neighborhood Revitalization. Some properties may be condemned and wind up in the city's "Property Reinvestment Program," where — if the problems aren't fixed — the city Redevelopment Authority can use eminent domain to take the property…

Pennsylvania eminent domain news

Monday, June 18, 2012
Developer appeals Brownsville eminent domain ruling
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, PA – Jun 17, 2012
An Allegheny County developer who claimed he suffered economic harm when 22 of his Brownsville properties were taken through eminent domain has filed an appeal with the state Supreme Court…

Pennsylvania eminent domain news

Friday, June 15, 2012
Back to the Future
PhiladelphiaCity Paper, PA – Jun 14, 2012
...Her family was among the 10,000 residents of this landscape of lowlands, swamp, farming country and neighborhoods where black and white residents lived and let live -- all taken by eminent domain over passionate community opposition, and razed to make way for the largest urban-renewal scheme int he country...

Lehigh County approves eminent domain for Whitehall Township, North Catasauqua bridge project
The Express-Times, Easton, PA - Jun 13, 2012
The use of eminent domain was approved to obtain parcels of land necessary for the replacement of three bridges that run from Whitehall Township into North Catasauqua

Gas company drops three-county pipeline project
Pittsburgh Tribune-Review, PA – Jun 11, 2012
…A number of residents who attended public hearings in October in Fayette and Washington counties expressed opposition. Many feared the company, as a public utility, could use eminent domain to obtain land for the pipeline…

Pennsylvania eminent domain news

Monday, June 11, 2012
Pennsylvania Residents Side with the Gas Company on Pipeline Route
Yahoo! Contributor Network – Sun, Jun10, 2012
Public utility projects impacting private landholdings usually pit residents against corporations or government agencies that seize land through eminent domain. But in the Pennsylvania Marcellus Shale, Pike County residents and political officials appear to be siding with the Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co. in fighting the National Park Service, according to the Pocono Record…

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