Introduction:Several acres of land in Washington D.C. in America are being used for purposes other than it was designated to be used. This list will inform you of those illegal uses and what it should be used for in the law.
Washington, DC) - Judicial Watch today announced it will provide legal representation to Robert L. Rosebrock, a Vietnam-era veteran who faces federal criminal charges for displaying two four by six inch American flags outside a Veterans Affairs (VA) fence on Memorial Day, May 30, 2016. Trial will begin on March 7, 2017, in Los Angeles, CA.
The land on which the Veterans Home sits In Los Angels California. is being used for a stadium for UCLA's baseball team. You can imagine the regular use of a baseball team, can't you? In spite of the fact that the Veterans Home park property was designated as property for use back in 1888 for the sole purpose of caring for disabled Veterans, the use as a baseball field is illegal. If you know anything about the weather in Los Angeles California. the baseball stadium can possibly be used a good part of the year. All of the activities for warm up, training and regular games concentrate on the total illegal use of Veterans property for baseball.
Another illegal use of the Veterans home park property is for an athletic complex for a nearby private prep school. Yes, the nearby school illegally is using the property designated in 1888 for the sole use for disabled veterans is highly similar to this athletic complex for the prep school people. Meanwhile the disabled veterans are not able to occupy, consider use or more basically use that athletic complex. Who ever approved the complex did so under illegal means since the sole purpose of the property is supposed to be given to disabled veterans in the area and those who would come to Los Angeles, California for access to the park's property for assistance.
An illegal golf course on the Veterans Home park land is unimaginable. Everyone knows the amount of property a golf course of any size takes in land dimensions. The use of the golf course prohibits the use of this land for the purpose in which it was chosen. Disabled veterans surely cannot 100% use a golf course. In 1888 the property was to be solely to the disabled veterans. To this day the golf course is anything but legal on that park property of 388 acres in Los Angeles, California. the gate and actual Veteran's Home occupy some of the property legally, but the golf course is not legal since the property was lawfully designated to the sole purpose and use for the disabled veterans.
If you can imagine part of the Veterans Home park land to be used for laundry facilities, that certainly seems illegal doesn't it? This is especially wrong since the Marriott Hotel is the user of some of the property designated in 1888 to the sole purpose of disabled veterans. In Los Angeles. The 388 acre park is legally designated to the disabled veterans and hardly makes the Marriott Hotel legal to use it for their purpose. None the less this laundry facility is used by the Marriott Hotel for their laundry purposes. The property cannot be therefore used for the legal purpose it was given to the disabled veterans.
The Los Angeles, California disabled veterans park property is used for storage and maintenance facilities. This is for 20th Century Fox Television's production sets in nearby Los Angeles, California network.. This is hardly legal use for disabled veterans is it? Many of the disabled veterans cannot use the property the 20th Century Fox is using for the production sets as we all know. What could be legal use is not legal at all. Since the 1888 law designated this 388 acre parcel of property for the sole use by disabled veterans, storage and maintenance does not fall in those guide lines at all.
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