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Hatch, K. L. [1871-]; Kirkpatrick, E. L.; Trenk, F. B. / A proposed program for resettling isolated settlers now located in restriced [restricted] use districts in zoned counties in Wisconsin
(1935)

V. Resettlement of selected clients,   pp. 5-7 PDF (829.8 KB)


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  settlement Administration.
        Final choice of families to be relocated is net to be made until
  .  land nand buildings are roady. Settlors to be relocnte4 will be asked
to
  sign to the Iturnl flesettloront Division their equityr in their wronerty
to
  ourchased by the Land Utilization Division, such equity to constitute a
  rst payment on the new unit.
        When the original holdings of the settler are within the boundary
   a state-forest, the Land Utilization Division may disvnse of this land
   leasing to the state for state forest nurposes.
        When the originrnl holdings of the settler eare within the boundamry
 f a countyi-forest, the Land Utilization Division mny lease this to the
 ounty for county forestry puroosos.
        When the original holdings of the settler ore within the bound-ry
of
  nrivate forest area, the L'nnd Utilization Division may sell this to the
  rivate owner of surrounding lands for forestry nurooses or mny negotiate
  xchanges ultimately involving the United States Forest Service.
        In most cases it will be found that there are mortnages, liens, and
 ther encumbrances against the original holdings of the settler.   It is
 ecessr'r.,r that these be liquidated on a basis satisfactory to the mortg.agee
 in order that the establishedr non-conforiming use may be terminated.
        When the settler has facilities for transnortation "nd is able
to
handle more than the 15 acres of clearing on his new nrnperty, it -ill be
desirablo to normit him to tnko crops off his former property for one or
two
years until he is able to increqso his clearing on the nor wronorty. This
can be worked out jointly between the settler and the Lennd Utilization
Dirision and the 2lur.l 2esettlemont Division.
2. Priority.
        It is recommended thnt the nriority sugeosted by the Land Use
Advisorv Committee of the State Plnnning Bonrd be observed substantially
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