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Saturday, May 11, 2013

Florida Supreme Court declines to hear case involving sanctions against environmental groups #tcot

Florida Supreme Court declines to hear case involving sanctions against environmental groups

Bruce Ritchie, 05/09/2013theFloridaCurrentlogo

A case that a dissenting appeals court judge says could have a "chilling effect" on citizen participation in land-use disputes was dismissed Thursday by the Florida Supreme Court without a ruling on the merits of the case.

Martin County in 2007 reduced the minimum lot size required on 191,000 acres of designated agricultural land. 1000 Friends of Florida and the Martin County Conservation Alliance filed a legal challenge, contending the decision failed to establish meaningful and predictable standards for protecting environmentally sensitive lands.

An administrative law judge determined that the change won't create urban sprawl.

Read the details here...


REALLY: When did land-use regulations become environmentalist tools to control private property ownership? Who profits from these restrictions?

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