"Minor" subdivisions of land

marc at aculink.net marc at aculink.net
Thu Aug 16 23:39:41 EDT 2001


At the state level it's been the same problem in Colorado.

There has been considerable controversy at the state level
but no one has been able to come up with a solution. We have
had a massive influx of out of sateres - especially
Californians who got some BIG money for their little houses
that will buy a BIG hunk of Colorado. The governor was
actually upset at the lack of progress.

At the county level the power is quite variable and the
State Legislature was attempting to work up a state wide
plan to manage growth.

Of several selfish special interest groups was a strong
political movement of farmers and ranchers opposed to things
that would cause a property devaluation without
compensation.

Farmers and Ranchers are so difficult to get to cooperate.
You'd think it was their land.

Marc Nameth

>  One of the insideous ways we're
>  losing our ag lands



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