The township insisted on this.
The township can give the Conservation Easement to another entity. It needs to be a “qualified organization” to hold a conservation easement. PGC would have no say about who they give it to.
IN perpetuity. Meaning FOREVER! it could be terminated may a court, but we would have to pay the money back. (And as we would have paid taxes we would not have the money to pay.)
I can not tell you that. I can try to answer your questions, we can ask questions of our lawyer. We are trying to provide as much information as possible. Yes, there are many unknowns that will not be known for years. Personally I am asking myself one question: “Will this help to perserve 3PA2, … Read more
In December the township paid to have an appraisal done by Benchmark Appraisal Group LTD. They determined our property “as is” is was worth $5,070,000. They also determined the excluded area(13.5 acres) was worth $780,000. And with the easement in place the eased area would be worth $1,495,000. So, $5,070,000 – $780,000 – $1,495,000 = … Read more
Let’s start with what an easement is: An easement grants someone a right to do something on someone else’s property. For example, PECO has an easement on a corner of my property in Philadelphia. There is a power pole in the easement. PECO has the right to place a power pole in that corner of … Read more
It is customary in easement agreements. It will also document the pre-existing existence of things like our fuel tank.
Maybe, when we document historical activity, we will include a percentage of member powered aircraft.
We can use the excluded area for any legal use, subject to the zoning that is in place. Same as it always was. This is an easement on specific land. It can not be used to restrict adjacent land, land we acquire in the future or any neighboring lands.