From the Oregon Coast Alliance released back in June
From: Cameron La Follette email@example.com
Sent: Tuesday, July 1, 2014 2:12 PM
Subject: Biota exchange, Letter to BLM
BLM in May warned the Parks Department by letter that they "may be at risk of violating" the reversionary clause by seeking to implement the November 2013 agreement between Parks and BLM. ORCA thinks that at this point the reversionary clause has been triggered, and the 280 acres of BSNA has returned to BLM. Why?
(2) in the Final Order approving the exchange, the Parks Commission made it clear that they were taking an action to give the BSNA acreage to Biota for a golf course -- though they do not have the power to take that action.
ORCA sent a letter to BLM requesting the agency to consider both these actions as having triggered the reversionary clause so that the 280 acres belongs again to BLM. It is attached.
Land Use Director
Oregon Coast Alliance
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