Recent Examples of landowner from the Web
Just last week, workers from Nielsen Madsen + Barber, a civil engineering and surveying firm in Racine, spent two days identifying wetlands on one property, a landowner said.
The condition sets up a hurdle for TransCanada—now the company needs to seek the approval of different local landowners, according to The Washington Post.
The department conferred with the private landowners that own large tracts of the mesa, and also consulted with federal agencies.
Monday's arrest comes almost a year after the landowner made a complaint to the Etowah County Sheriff's Office.
Agreements with landowners were extended until December 31, 2018, to keep auto-sales businesses near Interstate 4 in business, but commissioners warned the deals wouldn’t be extended again.
The Shindig celebrates the community that supports the local museum, and the landowners who make fossil hunting possible.
But as sure as September follows August, the hard work of scouting and cultivating good relationships with landowners will tilt the odds of hunting success in your favor.
The remaining wind capacity—less than 3 percent—comes from community wind farms, in which a group of landowners get together and put up as many as 10 turbines.
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