In Florida, If You Don't Own It, You Can't Save It

Orlando Weekly | December 4, 2008
While other states grant municipalities the right to go over the heads of private property owners in designating landmarks, Florida's law protects property owners from just that sort of thing. "Florida is a super-private property rights state," says city lawyer Karen Consalo. "We're very conservative like that."

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