Land war pits farmer vs. town

Land war pits farmer vs. town

There are 1 comment on the The Charlotte Observer story from Dec 27, 2006, titled Land war pits farmer vs. town. In it, The Charlotte Observer reports that:

Past the shopping centers and restaurants on Matthews-Mint Hill Road, there's a sign with thick letters that reads, 'They took my farm.' It's at the edge of 84-year-old Neubert Purser's property, a ...

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Catherine Ritch Guess

Dillon, SC

#1 Jan 5, 2007
It was enlightening to see a paper finally put the facts of this eminent domain case in print. Far too many residents do not understand the vulnerability of landowners, and by national standards, this case held far-reaching interests.

A most thorough job of reporting!

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