16 August 2005
Gall beyond mitigation
Remember those lucky folks who are being displaced as a result of Kelo v. New London?
The city of New London does. And the city of New London has decided that not only will they be turned out of their homes, but they owe rent to the city for the period between initial condemnation and actual eviction.
The actual buyout of the homes, per Connecticut law, will be at the market value at the time of condemnation, five years ago. Will the residents be billed at 2000-level rent rates? Of course not.
This entire city deserves the New Rome treatment.
(Via Hit & Run.)Posted at 1:00 PM to Political Science Fiction
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