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Poverty Point Reservoir at Delhi, La.

 

POVERTY POINT RESERVOIR HAD 26 PIECES OF PROPERYTY TAKEN BY EMINENT DOMAIN

 

THE LAW STATES PROPERTY TAKEN MUST BE USED FOR PUBLIC USE ONLY.

 

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COMMENT FROM NEWS ARTICLE: By Billy Gibson

LOUISIANA COUNTRY MAY 2004

 

Probably the most unique aspect of the State Park is the fact that a private residential community

is located inside the park's boarders.

Those developers who began the project as a private enterprise worked out an arrangement

with the Office of State Parks to retain land within the park for private residential development.

 

Private residents use an electronic card to gain access to their property at any time of the day or night.

 

"It was a big step for the parks department to get involved in something like this," Taylor said.

"There have been a lot of details to work out with developers and the homeowners and the public

as far as planning facilities and issuing access permits and those sorts of things.

But every-thing has worked out very well and this facility is something the state can be proud of."

 

END COMMENT FROM NEWS ARTICLE:

 

Rep. Francis Thompson maybe involved in Residential Real Estate.

Thompson passed House Bill 1136 in 2001 to make it possible to sell land taken

by Eminent Domain to a Third Party without offering it back to the original owner.

Taxpayers paid 1.2 million dollars to develop the island lots at Poverty Point

Reservoir that was sold to Thompson's next-door neighbor for $621,200 dollars.

Thompson is also involved with CYPRESS COVE AT POVERTY POINT, L.L.C.

Thompson is also involved with CYPRESS COVE AT POVERTY POINT, L.L.C.

 

 

Rep. Francis Thompson next door neighbor is selling lots at Poverty Point. 

Settlers Point at Poverty Point http://settlerspt.com/

 

How much land does Francis, and Mike Thompson own at Poverty Point?

Do they have any lots for sale?

 

THANKS TO FRANCIS C. THOMPSON.

 

LOUISIANA IS IN THE RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE BUSINESS

 

These great Real Estate deals are currently being brought to you by our

Economic Development Policy, and the use of our Taxpayer's money.

Come and live in Louisiana, where your Property Rights are respected?

This may seem to be Politics as usual in the State of Louisiana.

Let us investigate this matter so it doesn't soil the image of our great state.