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Subject Agenda 21 is written WITHIN the Pennsylvania state code, it IS here - mark properties they wish to acquire!
Poster Handle Laura Bow
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Agenda 21 is a comprehensive plan of action to be taken globally, nationally and locally by organizations of the United Nations System, Governments, and Major Groups in every area in which human impacts on the environment.

[link to www.un.org]

When implemented, they are not always calling it by the real name of Agenda 21 but "comprehensive plans" or whatever it happens to be for that area. I don't know why people act as if this isn't happening, I've seen some people saying it's not true or it won't happen but it already has in many areas. This is something I had posted last year pertaining to Pennsylvania:

Thread: POLICE STATE! Pennsylvania REQUIRING anyone who owns ANY type of livestock OR crops using manure to fill out management plan!

A snippet from that...

This will apply to ANYONE who owns livestock, not just large scale farming operations, and the wording is vague enough to cover your own hobby garden if you use manure. You will be in violation of state or possibly federal law if you do not have the management plan filled out and implemented!
 Quoting: Laura Bow

I have not picked through everything, but within the Pennsylvania Municipalities Planning Code they basically have permission to seize private property. This includes the ability to cherry pick and select properties that in the future they wish to acquire, which allows eminent domain to become much easier, from Pennsylvania Municipalities Planning Code PDF file here -

[link to www.newpa.com]

An Act
To empower cities of the second class A, and third class, boroughs, incorporated towns, townships of the first and second classes including those within a county of the second class and counties of the second class through eighth classes, individually or jointly, to plan their development and to govern the same by zoning, subdivision and land development ordinances, planned residential development and other ordinances, by official maps, by the reservation of certain land for future public purpose and by the acquisition of such land; to promote the conservation of energy through the use of planning practices and to promote the effective utilization of renewable energy sources; providing for the establishment of planning commissions,...

Not all municipalities have adopted things like this, YET, but based on code they are ALLOWED to. This is what part of the Northwest Adams County Joint Comprehensive Plan (my area) entails:

The Vision recommended establishing stream corridor protection areas to include all land within 100 ft. of a waterway bank and all environmentally sensitive areas beyond the 100 ft. boundary within a buffer area in which development is prohibited or carefully controlled.

The governing body may make surveys and maps to identify the location of property, roadway alignment or utility easement by use of property records, aerial photography, photogrammetric mapping or other method sufficient for identification, description and publication of the map components. For eventual acquisition of lands and easements, boundary descriptions by metes and bounds must be made and sealed by a licensed surveyor. However, these are not necessary for the adoption of the Official Map.


Consider adoption of official maps to reserve scenic and environmentally sensitive lands, greenway corridors, and historically and culturally
significant sites for possible acquisition.

[link to www.adamscounty.us]
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