N.C. 'million acre' plan falling short

N.C. 'million acre' plan falling short

There are 28 comments on the Asheville Citizen-Times story from Mar 28, 2007, titled N.C. 'million acre' plan falling short. In it, Asheville Citizen-Times reports that:

Rising land values have shoved North Carolina well off track with its drive to set aside 1 million acres for preservation by 2009.

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Since: Feb 07

Buncombe/Henderson border

#21 Apr 2, 2007
The government doesn't need any more land. Enough.

Jefferson, NC

#22 Apr 3, 2007
Since it was claimed that I was posting "right wing - propaganda" I felt posting a link to the actual document in question so people could read it and see for themselves was the proper response, so here is the UN Agenda 21 and a review of The Wildlands Project:



Anderson, SC

#23 Apr 3, 2007
Iceman wrote:
According to the Founders, just how much land is the government supposed to own anyway?

“Resist the Invasion!”

Since: Feb 07

Nebo, NC

#24 Apr 3, 2007

You were accused of " ... posting right-wing propaganda"? That's rich, considering that there is no shortage of left-wing propaganda showcased in A C-T -- and often not just on the Opinion Page.

Jeff Dreibus

Creston, NC

#25 Apr 3, 2007
Its really actually funny that when I post only a document or link to facts without a single comment or personal opinion attached they attack me personally and accuse me of being right, left, (R), (D) and the ole America hating anti Bush thing. Seems they have no clue about much of anything but hate filled name calling. But when you build your position/foundation on things like A21, TWP, PNAC ect. it don't leave you with much else........

Fayetteville, AR

#26 May 20, 2007
UN agenda 21 is on a fast track under the guise of protecting the environment .
Human habitats no contact with nature.Look at the plans.
No place for humans.
Watchman wrote:
Yes we should stop greedy developers and those who want to take land under false pretenses! And to start recognize who one of these monsters is - the Nature Conservancy who is the 10th largest real estate developer in the US, and all its evil step children under the titles of Conservancies, land trusts and those Org.'s who back the UN Agenda 21 plan, the Wildlands Project ect. Environmania is running wild and should be exposed and stopped.
Patriot of America

Kill Devil Hills, NC

#27 May 20, 2007
tominavl wrote:
It's not about the government owning land. It is setting valuable areas aside to assure there is open space for future generations. I say we should be aggressively obtaining as much as possible, before the greedy developers get it all.
You drive up prices with that method...
Patriot of America

Kill Devil Hills, NC

#28 May 20, 2007
AC130driver wrote:
The government doesn't need any more land. Enough.
I dont want NC or the USA to control one more acre or developed property. Real estate is NOT a function of government.

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