Private property?

“Though it looks like the reservoir will never be
constructed, new customers still pay a Buck Mountain surcharge with their
connection fees to help pay off the land. And there?s even talk of
putting the land into a conservation easement, forever preventing its
development.

“Though it looks like the reservoir will
never be constructed, new customers still pay a Buck Mountain surcharge with
their connection fees to help pay off the land. And there?s even talk of
putting the land into a conservation easement, forever preventing its
development.

On this point,
Frederick declines to
comment.”

That we are still
paying taxes for this land ought to be criminal. Interesting article here discussing whether Buck Mountain is an
abuse of eminent domain.

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