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Stop Eminent Domain!

Posted by xaviervir on March 22, 2010

The San Pablo City Council is about to place over 95% of the city into two project areas which would be subject to eminent domain. This power of eminent domain would be given to the Redevelopment Agency to do as they please for the next 12 years. The Redevelopment Agency could then seize a citizens private property without the owner’s consent. THIS MUST NOT HAPPEN!

FIGHT CITY HALL !

Concerned San Pablo home owners and business owners are invited to a meeting to discuss what we can do to oppose eminent domain.

MEETING:
SAT. MARCH 27, 10:30 AM

2025 RUMRILL BLVD. SUITE 1
SAN PABLO
510-375-2007

*If you can’t make the meeting, call City Hall (510-215-3000) or the City Clerk (510-215-3005) and let them know you are not in favor of the Redevelopment Agency having the power of eminent domain. It’s time for the citizens to speak up and stop this land grab by the Redevelopment Agency.

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