Own land along the Great Redwood Trail? You may be entitled to compensation…
Author: Jeff Moore
Date: 06-08-2021 - 07:25

Times -Standard newspaper in Eureka (California) has an article about a law firm holding several meetings in the north coast region, their bottom line message is that the Federal government authorizing railbanking a rail line amounts to a Takings of private property by forced conversion of easements for rail service to easements for a trail. NCRA is trying to make it clear such claims need to be made against the federal government and not them.

[www.times-standard.com]

There’s been a bunch of filings to the STB in recent weeks, several organizations in favor of the trail, Timber Heritage wanting to see their interests and plans accommodated, and outright opposition to the trail from Humboldt and Mendocino Redwood companies, who own substantial private lands along the old NWP.

Jeff Moore
Elko, NV



Subject Written By Date/Time (PST)
  Own land along the Great Redwood Trail? You may be entitled to compensation… Jeff Moore 06-08-2021 - 07:25
  NWP Tired of the BS 06-08-2021 - 08:45
  compensation... Lawyers everywhere 06-08-2021 - 09:03
  Re: compensation... Steamfan 06-08-2021 - 11:32
  (Not much) compensation Land Baron 06-08-2021 - 12:21
  Re: (Not much) compensation Chuck 06-08-2021 - 13:12
  Re: (Not much) compensation Ghost of D.J. Russell 06-08-2021 - 18:40
  (Not too much) Droughtsation Father Jardinothingnew 06-08-2021 - 21:43
  Re: (Not much) compensation Weeder 06-08-2021 - 21:49
  Re: (Not much) compensation Alf Doten 06-09-2021 - 18:09


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