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If Connecticut ever stopped using the property in Litchfield for a courthouse, the parcel would revert back to descendants of the six landowners who leased it to the state.
International, national and state land managers along with private landowners have set up regional habitat initiatives in different parts of the woodcock’s range.
In return, the landowners, known as Exchange Contractors, were guaranteed 840,000 acre-feet of water a year, pumped out of the Delta from the Sacramento Valley.
Every few months an Italian landowner, angry at having lost livestock to lupine jaws, will shoot a wolf and dump its corpse by the roadside – sometimes mutilated or decapitated – in protest against government policy.
Along with Hall, the new group's co-chairs are Aaron Schutt, president of Doyon (a regional Native corporation and the state's largest private landowner) and Joey Merrick, business manager at Alaska Laborers Local 341.
Caleb Moore filed a complaint in early 2017 against Payne for pointing a shotgun at him during the hunting episode, which led to menacing charges against the landowner.
Meanwhile, the ranch, a holding of one of the state’s biggest landowners, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, or Mormon Church, has been setting aside vast acreage for urban growth.
The meeting came after landowner Jerry Taylor took Jacob and other officials on a tour of his 84-acre parcel that is just west and north of the Mt. Woodson Cal Fire station on Sept. 19.
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