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Monday, September 3, 2007


Gov. Matt Blunt on Aug. 23 appointed Paul Anthony Martin to the newly created position of eminent domain ombudsman. Martin most recently was a prosecutor in the U.S. Office of Special Counsel and previously worked for former U.S. Sen. Jim Talent, R-Mo.

The Missouri General Assembly created the ombudsman post, which pays $60,000 a year, as part of eminent domain reform legislation it passed in 2006. The ombudsman is charged with advocating for private property rights and assisting Missourians in eminent domain disputes with local governments. The ombudsman can be contacted at (314) 340-4877.

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