Md. county turns to eminent domain after land owners reject offers

01/29/2007 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

Montgomery County, Md., is turning to eminent domain laws to take possession of land from property owners who rejected initial offers for their property in order build an intercounty connector. Some land owners said they thought they were still negotiating the deal, but under the eminent domain laws, a judge or review board will determine whether the offers are fair.

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