The state Agribusiness Development Corporation (ADC) is at crossroads. Is it going to be strict a landlord that terminates land licenses for repeated non-compliance, or is it going to do whatever it can to help those small farmers — who stepped up to work on lands no one else wanted — adjust to the stricter requirements associated with occupying state land?
That was the question ADC board members wrestled with at their May 30 meeting. Over the previous few months, they had heard from staff of the rampant non-compliance of tenants on the agency’s lands in North-Central O . . .
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