Yesterday’s edition of All Things Considered on NPR has a story by Anthony Brooks about the eminent domain challenge taking place in Long Branch New Jersey.

NPR’s summary:

All Things Considered, August 3, 2005 * In one of many development plans that got a boost from the recent Supreme Court decision on eminent domain, Long Branch, N.J., plans to condemn dozens of modest bungalows along the shore so a developer can put up condos. The mayor think this would be great for tax revenue. Longtime residents — and some lawmakers — wonder about the limits of “public interest.”

You can listen to the story here.