"Most municipalities have chosen to RESPECT their citizenry and make the HONORABLE decision to pay their property owners full appraisal value when the city takes property for a municipal project. Unfortunately, the city of Fayetteville is not doing that." quote from an experienced professional AR appraiser
Jacqueline Froelich's report on varying municipal easement formulas regarding private property will air Wednesday February 8th at noon on “Ozarks at Large” our daily news hour on KUAF National Public Radio 91.3fm, repeated at 7pm. She's also filed it for broadcast on their state-wide public radio network.
If you are out of listening range, you can stream it at KUAF.com
They also post the show on their website, so expect to see it by 1pm. Go to KUAF.com and scroll down to the “Ozarks at Large” section-- you should see the entire news hour and the individual segment as well.
Here’s the direct link to the daily shows: http://www.kuaf.com/ozarksatlarge
You can download the show for free at the “Ozarks At Large” podcast link: http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/ozarks-at-large/id129608203
Eminent Domain Condemnation
Do you know Rogers & Springdale & other neighboring towns offer their impacted citizens full value for land taken for govt. projects. Fayetteville does NOT offer this same fair market value for its easements. Commonly they offer either 25% or 33% of current appraisal value.
Fayetteville citizens who want to reform this practice will meet:
Thurs., Feb. 9th, 6:30pm
Ann Henry Board Room
Fayetteville Public Library
401 W. Mountain St.
Come Join Us.
We Deserve Better.
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