FORT WORTH: Eminent Domain Activist Workshop on June 15

The Institute for Justice, Foundation for a Free Society

and CitizensWhoCare.net invite you to a free

eminent domain activist workshop on

Tuesday, June 15

6 – 9 pm

Billy Miner’s Saloon

150 West 3rd Street • Fort Worth

Free dinner and materials will be provided.

Fort Worth officials want to redirect the Trinity River to form a lake to the north of the city for “flood control”…and to build new retail, office and residential development on the valuable waterfront land the lake would create. The project threatens dozens of business owners, whose property the government wants to lease or sell to future private developers.

Eminent domain is for public use—NOT to seize the property you’ve worked so hard to own so someone the city likes better can build something newer.

Join us on June 15th to learn about eminent domain abuse in Texas and what you can do to fight the Trinity Uptown Project and help business owners keep what is rightfully theirs.

INVITE YOUR NEIGHBORS AND FRIENDS!

PLEASE REGISTER by June 13th by contacting Lancee Kurcab at LKurcab@ij.org or (703) 682-9320.