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  • Environmental

    Thursday, August 14, 2014

    Facts: An electronic plant outside Asheville, North Carolina stored two hazardous chemicals during its 34-year operation. In 1987, CTS Corporation (CTS), the plant’s owner, sold its property to a buyer, promising that the site was environmentally sound. The buyer eventually split up the property and sold the pieces to multiple people who sued CTS in 2011, [...] Read More



  • Undesirable land uses

    Thursday, August 14, 2014

    Facts: The Bayshore Regional Sewerage Authority (Authority) in New Jersey operates a water treatment plant in the Borough of Union Beach, New Jersey. To help power this water treatment plant, the Authority planned to build a wind turbine. Because the proposed turbine is within the Coastal Management Zone, the Authority had to get a Coastal Area [...] Read More



  • Takings

    Thursday, August 14, 2014

    Facts: During the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s, the Porretto family acquired 27 acres of land between the Galveston Seawall and the Gulf of Mexico. The seawall is designed to protect the City of Galveston, Texas, from flooding caused by hurricanes. Nevertheless, some of the Porrettos’ land is now submerged, and once land is submerged, it belongs to the state. However [...] Read More



  • Preemption/energy/undesirable land uses

    Thursday, August 14, 2014

    Facts: The Marcellus Shale formation lies beneath vast parts of New York State, and it contains natural gas that can be extracted using hydraulic fracturing or "hydrofracking." In 2006, Norse Energy Corp. USA (Norse) began buying oil and gas leases in the Town of Dryden, New York, for the purpose of extracting natural gas from the Marcellus Shale [...] Read More



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