Property rights and the pipeline  · Redevelopment plans in downtown San Bernardino appear to be advancing after many years of fits and starts.. In January, proponents of a plan to replace an older neighborhood with a 44-acre lake won two lawsuits over the project. In February, LNR Properties, a subsidiary of homebuilding giant Lennar Corp., acquired a long-struggling mall.

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California found it’s self in the middle of a national debate last year when San Bernardino County, considered the Eminent Domain tactic as a way of helping residents victimized by the recent housing crisis. With push back from Wall Street groups and the lack of public support the idea never materialized.

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Eminent Domain Watch Discussing the latest eminent domain cases and Issues. 5/31/2005. A reservoir of hope: San Bernadino County (CA) Sun, 5/28/05. downtown and solve a host of water woes. Nine years later, it may become one of the largest redevelopment projects in San Bernardino Valley history.

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San Bernardino County residents push back against eminent domain san bernardino eminent domain fight closely watched By Other struggling communities. gregory Devereaux is the chief executive of San Bernardino County and its 2 million residents. At his urging.

San Bernardino County residents push back against eminent domain eminent domain shelved in San Bernardino Jon Prior was a reporter with HousingWire through late 2012.

Housing Wire: San Bernardino County Residents Push Back Against Eminent Domain Local residents and mortgage finance experts lined up at a San Bernardino County hearing Thursday to push back against the idea of seizing underwater mortgages through eminent domain. The county set up a special authority committee to consider ideas for addressing.

Some towns in San Bernardino County, which is located east of Los Angeles, have set up a joint authority that is looking into the idea of using eminent domain to forcibly purchase distressed mortgages. Rather than evict homeowners through foreclosure, the public-private entity would offer residents new mortgages with reduced debts.

Fight over eminent domain continues unabated While project supporters and opponents say that the legislative fight isn’t over just yet, it’s unclear if any other. about Texas Central’s claims that the company can use eminent domain, which.