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'''Question 3''' was on the [[Maryland 2000 local ballot measures|November 7, 2000]] election ballot in [[Baltimore County, Maryland | Baltimore County]].
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'''Question 3''' was on the [[Maryland 2000 local ballot measures|November 7, 2000]] election ballot in [[Baltimore County, Maryland ballot measures| Baltimore County]].
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This measure was '''defeated'''
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* '''YES''' 87,971
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* '''NO''' 199,495 {{defeated}}<ref>[http://www.baltcodems.org/ht/d/sp/i/698433/pid/698433 ''Baltimore County Democrats'' Past Election Results]</ref>
  
 
The official ballot summary reads:
 
The official ballot summary reads:
  
 
<blockquote>Expressly authorizes Baltimore County to acquire and develop or dispose of property within certain described areas (Essex Middle River Waterfront area, the Yorkway area in Dundalk, and the Liberty Road area) for declared public neighborhood renewal purposes by amending a public local law; designates specific properties eligible for acquisition by eminent domain following the adoption of an implementation plan; requires the County to pay the owner just compensation for property acquired by eminent domain and to offer financial assistance and payments to displaced property owners or tenants; authorizes the County to sell properties acquired by eminent domain only if investment in the property equals or exceeds the purchase price paid by the County; and terminates the granted eminent domain powers on July 1, 2007. <ref>[http://www.elections.state.md.us/elections/2000/questions/baltimore_county.html Maryland State Board of Elections]</ref></blockquote>
 
<blockquote>Expressly authorizes Baltimore County to acquire and develop or dispose of property within certain described areas (Essex Middle River Waterfront area, the Yorkway area in Dundalk, and the Liberty Road area) for declared public neighborhood renewal purposes by amending a public local law; designates specific properties eligible for acquisition by eminent domain following the adoption of an implementation plan; requires the County to pay the owner just compensation for property acquired by eminent domain and to offer financial assistance and payments to displaced property owners or tenants; authorizes the County to sell properties acquired by eminent domain only if investment in the property equals or exceeds the purchase price paid by the County; and terminates the granted eminent domain powers on July 1, 2007. <ref>[http://www.elections.state.md.us/elections/2000/questions/baltimore_county.html Maryland State Board of Elections]</ref></blockquote>
 
 
==See also==
 
* [[Maryland 2000 local ballot measures]]
 
 
  
 
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Revision as of 16:54, 4 October 2012

Question 3 was on the November 7, 2000 election ballot in Baltimore County.

This measure was defeated

  • YES 87,971
  • NO 199,495 Defeatedd[1]

The official ballot summary reads:

Expressly authorizes Baltimore County to acquire and develop or dispose of property within certain described areas (Essex Middle River Waterfront area, the Yorkway area in Dundalk, and the Liberty Road area) for declared public neighborhood renewal purposes by amending a public local law; designates specific properties eligible for acquisition by eminent domain following the adoption of an implementation plan; requires the County to pay the owner just compensation for property acquired by eminent domain and to offer financial assistance and payments to displaced property owners or tenants; authorizes the County to sell properties acquired by eminent domain only if investment in the property equals or exceeds the purchase price paid by the County; and terminates the granted eminent domain powers on July 1, 2007. [2]

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