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Why Town Shouldn’t Have Approved SCI (Windham NH)

By CNHT | June 19, 2012

Why Town Shouldn’t Have Approved SCI
by Ken Eyring, Windham NH

“On June 4, the Windham Board of Selectmen approved Windham’s participation in a $100M Federal Planning Program that is designed to ultimately produce a Land Use and Resource Planning document that will greatly diminish our property rights, redistribute wealth, and ensure equal outcomes – not equal opportunity – for every person all across America.

The program is the Sustainable Communities Initiative (HUD/EPA/DOT). By participating, Windham will become an accomplice to aiding the Federal government in producing a blueprint to transform our Democratic Republic to one of Central Planning under the guise of Regional Land Use and Resource Planning.”

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Topics: Conservation Land, Property Rights, Regionalism, Taxes and Fees, Town Government, Town Meetings, Zoning and Planning | Comments Off

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