Did the State of Michigan inversely condemn the entire City of Flint?: Environmental justice meets the Takings Clause
A complaint filed in mid-January by plaintiffs in Michigan’s Court of Claims alleges a novel, and intriguing claim. Taken to its limits, the class action essentially alleges that the State of Michigan inversely condemned the entire City of Flint, or some large portion thereof, by knowingly transferring the city to a water source contaminated with lead. At first, the action may seem far-fetched. But is it? This story from the New York Times seems to indicate that everyone who can get out of Flint is doing just that. The only people staying are those too poor to leave. Read the article………….
In the 1980s, I lived in a small DC condominium complex in the highly walkable Adams-Morgan neighborhood. I was one
MI Ct. of App. Rules that Condo Assn. is Not Entitled to Notice of Surplus Funds From Foreclosure Sale
In Moon Lake Condominium Association v RBS Citizens, Case No. 323476 (Michigan Court of Appeals, November 12, 2015, unpublished), the
People in government should take field trips to well-run homeowner associations. To experience fiscal responsibility first hand. To see how