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More Than A River

On June 22, 2019, a sharply divided U.S. Supreme Court ruled Friday that property owners could go directly to federal court with claims that state and local regulations effectively deprive landowners of the use of their property.

The 5-4 decision overturned decades of precedent that barred property owners from going to federal court until their claims had been denied in state court. READ ABOUT THE SCOTUS DECISION

This ruling by the Supreme Court of the United States removes the power of the cabal of religious environmentalists from blocking landowners from ever reaching out to a federal court where an unbiased case may be heard.

L.A.N.Y (Landowner Advocates of New York) has picked up the ball and is running toward the goal of fighting the anti landowner rights extremists in New York State by mounting a federal case against the state. Contrary to misinformation being circulated about New York being exempt, the outcome of this case will have an affect on the rights of property owners across the nation.

At issue are the actions taken by legislators and regulators to deny landowners the right to benefit from their property without any compensation, a violation of the 5th Amendment of the United States Constitution. The denial of these God given rights is based solely on the fear of what is perceived as potential environmental impacts. Impacts that have already been disproved by over 10 years of actual monitoring data.

A Go Fund Me account has been set up to raise the $50,000 needed for the retainer for the legal team. We have a year to reach the goal of $50,000, although Vic expects that it will be reached before that. Over $3000.00 has been raised in the first two weeks! Get on board now and help light up that light at the end of the tunnel!

Vic also pledged that if the $50,000 is not reached by March 2020, the money would be returned minus 5%, which is the fee charged by the GoFundMe site.  If the goal was close by then he would extend it.  If any are uncomfortable using the site, checks can also be sent to Vic Furman and would be treated the same way as a GO FUND ME donation.

*Although UDRBC supports the GO FUND ME effort by LANY, it is not a participant in the effort and shares no responsibility in the effort or its outcome.


Or Mail Donations to: Victor Furman, 140 Sapbush Road, Chenango Forks, NY 13746

Here are some Pertinent links regarding the issues and L.A.N.Y
Vic Furman Appeals for Help in Taking Landowner Group Public
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