Now that's the right idea.
An Arizona county needs a new courthouse complex. Too often such stories have a bad ending for property owners in the way of the site plans. Not so this time, according to the words of county officials:
[Supervisor Carol Springer] said it is a county policy not to use eminent domain to take property.
"We need a willing seller at a price we can afford," Springer said.
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