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Smaller and poorer landholders took whatever the government offered — or wrung out small increases in settlements.
In Texas, the agency has paid $18 million to landholders over the last decade.
Justice Department attorneys continue to locate and pay the additional landholders.
Metro drawing up long-term regional plan Officials noted Metro’s role was merely as a landholder, stressing the city would operate and maintain the space.
The Macaris are among the region’s largest landholders, with an emphasis on quality wines; their Cabernet Franc and Sauvignon Blanc are two of my favorites.
Many of the landholders are newcomers from out of state, though some old-timers remain—families that earned their deeds generations ago, the principal paid by ancestors who shivered through pitiless winters in tar-paper shacks.
The Macaris are among the region’s largest landholders, with an emphasis on quality wines
At the heart of the issue lies age-old traditions in management of the land, made up mostly of small plots that have become fire hazards after they were abandoned by new generations of landholders who moved to the cities.
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