The words gall and audacity don’t seem to be appropriate.
Referencing the Kelo case.
From the Fairfield Weekly –
With language seemingly lifted straight from The Goonies , NLDC’s lawyers wrote, “We know your clients did not expect to live in city-owned property for free, or rent out that property and pocket the profits, if they ultimately lost the case.” They warned that “this problem will only get worse with the passage of time,” and that the city was prepared to sue for the money if need be.
If you haven’t already, I urge you to sign our petition now to make sure this can’t happen in Virginia. If you have already signed, please tell a friend about it. Freedom is slipping away fast from us, we can’t allow this kind of abuse of power to go unanswered.