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Sunday Spotlight (Eminent Domain) #760244

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Jul 18, 2004
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(Studio: Terry Moran) The battle in Riviera Beach, Florida, over plans to develop a blighted neighborhood over the objections of some homeowners featured; scenes shown from upscale Palm Beach County; details given of the town's use of the power of eminent domain to seize private property for public purposes. [Riviera Beach resident Jackie LOREOL‡, Mayor Michael BROWN†- offer views on the redevelopment plan.] [Attorney Debra BABB-NUTCHER†, Inst. of Justice senior attorney Dana BERLINER†- offer views on cities' use of eminent domain.] [Former Riviera Beach city councilman Herman McCRAY†- questions the impact of building on the town.] The New London, Connecticut, eminent domain case before the Supreme Court mentioned.

Moran, Terry

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