Ladies & Gentleman, Salisbury News for years has been trying desperately to educate you on the liberal agenda in Maryland and the possible upcoming damage forthcoming.
I'm talking about SB236. We tried telling you what this bill would do to property owner and especially Farmers but like everything else, the bill has passed and at this very moment the County Council is being schooled as to exactly what is about to take affect on January 1, 2013.
The bottom line is this. As of January 1, if the County does not adopt SB236, property owners will only be allowed to develop ONE home per 25 acres. There are four tiers to this bill but even if the Council adopts this bill the most a property owner can build is ONE home per 20 acres in an agricultural district.
As for the Farmers, say goodbye to Farm Preservation.When a Farmer goes to get a loan it will be based on "best use value". Also think about what is now going to happen to property value. It will dramatically drop large parcel property owners value in a big way.
People say, "be careful what you wish for". Now maybe you'll understand why we at Salisbury News have been working so hard to educate the public on what these bills actually mean and what our leaders are doing to us.
Some call us radicals but as a god friend of mine has been saying in recent years, we'd be much better off under communist leadership. The liberal newspapers only tell you what they want you to hear. Hence the entire reason we chose to create Salisbury News.
We need to start coming together, not just the Eastern Shore but as an entire state. Voting in liberal leaders who refuse to understand the impact bills like this will do to destroy our way of life, our property values and our future generations stability continue to drive us into poverty.
This is a real shame. Turn on PAC 14 right now and watch them deliberate on this matter.
UPDATE: There are four tiers to this bill. Tier 1 are properties hooked up to City water and sewer. Tier 2 are properties for future development to hook up to municipal water and sewer. Tier 3 are subdivisions that have their own water and sewer plant and tier 4, (which is what's important to Wicomico County) is one home per 20 to 25 acres.
What you need to know is this. The remaining UNDEVELOPED land in Wicomico County is about 90% agricultural, HELLO!