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We find that a contributing force behind the spread of use-value assessment has been the secular trend toward urbanization across all 50 states. Urbanization is associated with increased demand for land, which drives up land values for land in close proximity to urban areas, even if that land is not currently developed
Deere expects its fiscal 2015 net sales to decline 21%, compared to its previous guidance of a 19% decline.
Last year, the board approved an application to build the Greenwich Windpark in Greenwich. The project involves 25 wind turbines, about 490 feet high, with rotor diameters of up to 383 feet. The project would cover 4,650 acres of land from 26 landowners
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s plan to tighten ozone regulations has come under the scrutiny of small business and manufacturing groups who say it is a federal overreach that will hurt Ohio’s economy.
Net farm income will drop to $58.3 billion from $91.1 billion in 2014, marking the largest percentage decline since 1983, including when figures are adjusted for inflation. The projected decrease would mark the second consecutive drop after incomes reached nominal record highs in 2013, according to the USDA.