Tuesday, December 31, 2013
It's the end of the year, and that means it's time to choose the biggest land use event and land use law case of 2013.
My bet for the biggest land use story of the year is China's staggering project to relocate 250 million people from rural villages to cities in the next 15 years. Check out the NYT article here.
The biggest land use law case of the year? Judging from the buzz, I'm going with Koontz.
How about you, dear readers? What would you name as the biggest land use event and land use law case of the year? We want to hear from you!
It's hard to believe, but our readership has grown fivefold this year and we are on track to have well over 100,000 hits to the blog next year. We welcome all of our new readers into the fold and remind all readers--new and old--that we always appreciate suggestions for events to cover, articles to post, or cases to mention.
A happy, healthy, and successful new year to all!
Stephen R. Miller
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