Eminent domain?

Good luck to the city on trying to take properties on eminent domain. Just like they tried to take the old comfort station on Market Street. It’s the law that you can’t take a property by eminent domain unless it will be used by the public. If the city would enforce the ordinances and the county would stop selling to out-of-town and out-of-state buyers, the situation might have not gotten out of hand. The county needs to take responsibility for creating this mess.

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