Mississippi River National Heritage Corridor Act, Congaree Swamp National Monument Expansion and Wilderness Act, and Charles Pinckney Historic Site: Hearing Before the Subcommittee on Public Lands, National Parks, and Forests of the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, United States Senate, One Hundredth Congress, Second Session, on S. 1643 ... S. 2018 ... S. 2058 ... June 23, 1988, Volume 4

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Page 49 - Americans ; and be it further Resolved, That the national president of National Sojourners be directed to cause copies of this resolution to be transmitted to the President of the United States...
Page 1 - The subcommittee will come to order. The purpose of the hearing today is to receive testimony on...
Page 24 - STATEMENT OF HON. STROM THURMOND, US SENATOR FROM SOUTH CAROLINA Senator THURMOND. Thank you very much, Mr. Chairman.
Page 55 - Mr. Chairman, I wish to thank you and the members of the committee for the opportunity to...
Page 161 - In no event shall the head of a Federal agency either advance the time of condemnation, or defer negotiations or condemnation and the deposit of funds in court for the use of the owner, or take any other action coercive in nature, in order to compel an agreement on the price to be paid for the property.
Page 26 - Senate, Washington, DC 20510 DEAR MR. CHAIRMAN: I am writing to express my...
Page 161 - Federal agency either advance the time of condemnation, or defer condemnation and the deposit of funds in court for the use of the owner, in order to compel an agreement on the price to be paid for the property. If an agency head cannot reach an agreement with the owner, after negotiations have continued for a reasonable time, he should promptly institute condemnation...
Page 131 - ... the other, was to acquire by purchase a right of way over the land of the latter for the ditch constructed by the first-named parties is, in our judgment, a fair legal deduction from the facts disclosed in this case. Flickinger and Smith were seeking to acquire something more than a mere license or authority to do a particular act or series of acts on another's land without possessing any estate therein (Potter v. Mercer, 53 Cal. 673), and which right might at any time be revoked by the licensor.
Page 160 - ... to the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources and the House Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs for a 60-day waiting period prior to award.
Page 154 - As one writer has pointed out, "[i]t would be manifestly unjust to permit a public authority to depreciate property values by a threat . . . [of the construction of a government project] and then to take advantage of this depression in the price which it must pay for the property