You are observed to add additional variables to the scenario relating to neighborhood demographics and reasonably the behavioral influence of those being affected by the taking of property.as we might assume is done under the authority of the town’s leadership your provide great points, which may be similar to the U.S. Supreme Court decision of Kelo v. City of New London, 545 U.S. 469 (2005). This case involved one residential owner. Another case which you should become familiar with is Chicago, Burlington, and Quincy Railroad Company v. Chicago, 166 U.S. 226 (1897), which involve taking of land for a large development similar to the discussion scenario. You share good references for this discussion. In review of the U.S. Supreme Court decisions I have posted or other decisions , would the limitation of what is described by the assignment to several waterfront area, and a large amount of compensation for the property change your opinion of the scenario? Why or why not?