California bureaucrats erode Tahoe property rights
Author: Timothy Sandefur
An article in this past weekend's Tahoe Daily Tribune reports that California is moving to force Lake Tahoe's beachfront landowners to open their property to the public–without a penny of compensation. Don't be surprised if this land-grab triggers litigation–and don't be surprised if it eventually ends up at the Supreme Court. PLF's CFO, Kim DeVincenzi, a part-time resident of Echo Summit, near South Lake Tahoe, has more: Property rights wrangling could spark Supreme Court's interest.
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