Regents No Longer Considering Property Condemnation
From the Huntsville Item, updated at 4:30 pm:
The Texas State University System Board of Regents will not consider a plan to eminent domain a property sold to a local businessman, a system spokesman said.
The decision, which was made this morning, was made because the regents felt Sam Houston State Unversity had not properly surveyed the land prior to submitting to the Board.
The Texas State University System Board of Regents were going to consider this week using eminent domain to condemn the Sam Houston Avenue property occupied by the abandoned Military Reserve Building and under contract for $650,000 by Maalouf Properties of Huntsville.