Baldwin Park’s Community Alliance for Redevelopment Accountability is bringing in the reinforcements in their fight against the city’s proposal to use to eminent domain to build a downtown village with luxury homes, a hotel and upscale shopping.
Their holding a community forum on March 13 with the National Federation of Independent Business/California, the California Alliance to Protect Private Property Rights and the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association. Those organizations are backing legislation that could limit the amount of power cities have in enforcing eminent domain.
NFIB/California Hosts Community Meeting for Property Owners on
SACRAMENTO, Calif., February 28, 2008 The National Federation of Independent Business/California along with CARA, an organization representing Baldwin Park property owners threatened by eminent
domain, the California Alliance to Protect Private Property Rights, and the Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association, are holding a community forum meeting to provide information to attendees on how their
properties could be threatened by eminent domain abuse.
The City of Baldwin Park intends to seize hundreds of homes and productive businesses by eminent domain. Baldwin Park property owners are fighting back, and are advocating the importance of passing legal reforms that prohibit government for forcibly seizing homes and small businesses from those who dont want to sell.
What: Community Alliance for Redevelopment Accountability (CARA),
When: Thursday, March 13, 2008
Where: Baldwin Park Marriott
14635 Baldwin Park Towne Center
Baldwin Park, Calif.
These guys aren’t messing around.