Right-Wing Bible Thumpers Seek Federal Buyout Because They Didn’t Want Nanny-State Land Use Regulations to Keep Them From Building in a Landslide Zone April 24, 2016April 25, 2016 Lot_49 101337 Commentshttp%3A%2F%2Fwonkville.net%2F2016%2F04%2F24%2Fright-wing-bible-thumpers-seek-federal-buyout-because-they-didnt-want-nanny-state-land-use-regulations-to-keep-them-from-building-in-a-landslide-zone%2FRight-Wing+Bible+Thumpers+Seek+Federal+Buyout+Because+They+Didn%27t+Want+Nanny-State+Land+Use+Regulations+to+Keep+Them+From+Building+in+a+Landslide+Zone2016-04-25+00%3A49%3A45Anonymous+Wonkerhttp%3A%2F%2Fwonkville.net%2F%3Fp%3D10133 +10
Kids, Florida is not a housing development model to follow.
If I were a trial attorney, I'd start driving around and taking note of which homeowners are irrigating their
sidewalks and* streets.
*Oh, who am I kidding?
Woah woah woah hey woah hey… They already got money from the developer, and now they want a federal bailout on top of that?
How much more Republican can someone get?
So, the Cripps knew 10 years ago that something might be up, yet they now claim that "if we'd known".
Don't tell me: Party of Personal Responsibility.
I hope that this was not the scenario that caused the houses to be built .
Planing Committee member: You can't build there, it's in a landslip zone. Campaign contribution? Thanks, I think I was wrong, your site is just outside the slip zone.
I have no doubt that's what happened in my former home town of Pacifica, CA. Several apartment buildings were allowed to be built on a sandstone cliff overlooking the ocean, and predictably have been eaten by erosion. It took decades, and a succession of owners have made a lot of money taking rents. Now the city may get sued for allowing the development in the first place.
Pour the dang caissons!