Categories
oklahoma-city escort index

Feature Property rights of farmers clash with ‘city slicker Richmond that is’ council

Feature Property rights of farmers clash with ‘city slicker Richmond that is’ council

For realtor and blueberry cultivator Gurdial Badh, property rights and respect for farmers are in the forefront of his concerns within the latest high-stakes debate at Richmond City Hall over domestic land use — this time because it pertains to farmland that is protected.

This month, city planners are concluding a brief round of public assessment become followed closely by the next council decision on whether or otherwise not to rein into the size of homes that can be built on some 1,369 parcels of land in the Agricultural Land Reserve (ALR), which accounts for 39 percent associated with the land that is municipality’s.

“The main issue, I guess the concern is, a couple of the councillors are starting to talk about delivering in the home size for farmland. Our concern that is main is yes it has an problem right here — individuals are building big domiciles on farmland — but to now also come in and say we require a house-size policy just like [the Corporation of Delta] or this or that; it is perhaps not just what the farmers want plus it’s not what we are in need of.