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  • noun Plural form of easement.


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  • As I understand it, the problem (or at least a problem) with conservation easements is that many of them are actually essentially worthless because there are already development restrictions in place (e.g., a home in a designated historic district).

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  • The McLean County Commission and the advisory committee also voiced concern regarding the potential of permanent or long-term easements, but Ringelman said none were proposed in the purchase agreement.


  • Will loan term easements and principal reductions become standard campaign issues?

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  • Will loan term easements and principal reductions become standard campaign issues?

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  • I seem to remember that the easements were a requirement of the project. Stories

  • Unfortunately, even waterfront property with conservation easements, which is taxed far below its full value, is factored into the county's LCI at the value it would have if it were not under easement.

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  • Tim Pawlenty, that using taxpayer money to buy the easements is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that should not be missed because a corporation half-a-world away can change its mind at any time. rss feed

  • Also document any material changes such as easements, re-zoning, heavy traffic, nearby railroad tracks, or freeways.

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  • All but two of the transactions will be for easements, meaning the city will buy permission to use land beneath the surface. :

  • In some cases, the demand is higher than the value of the landowners 'property, now that the "easements" have devalued the property.

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