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The Mahaska County Supervisors are taking a first step to try to prevent the possible use of eminent domain to acquire land for the regional airport. This week the supervisors approved a change to the 28-E sharing agreement among Mahaska County, Pella and Oskaloosa. The agreement formed the south central regional airport agency which has so far selected an airport site along highway 163, about 4 and half miles outside of Oskaloosa. Oskaloosa and Pella must also approve the supervisor's change for it to take effect. Aaron Riggs bring us this more
The Mahaska County Supervisors may act to remove the possibility of using eminent domain as a means to acquire land for the Regional Airport. To do that, the three person board-of-supervisors would have to have a majority vote to amend the agreement already established between Oskaloosa, Pella, and Mahaska County. The two other entities would also have to vote on changing the agreement. Mahaska County Supervisor Mark Doland has already said he supports removing eminent domain, and this week Supervisor Vander Molen said the same.
On Monday, the Mahaska County Board of Supervisors unanimously approved a resolution to amend the regional airport 28E agreement between Mahaska County, Oskaloosa and Pella. The amendment removes the eminent domain clause. Eminent domain refers to the government's right to take private property for public use.
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