What Is A Property Rights
A council of between 7-9 citizen
volunteers (number is determined by
need) vetted and approved by the
County Commission and assigned the
task of research and the creation of free
market recommendations to resolve
property right conflicts as appropriate.
Primary Mission of the
Promote and protect the individuals
right to own and control private
How Does the Process Work?
Request is submitted by public, dept, PRC to
Chairman of PRC.
Request is sent to PRRC (Property Rights Review
PRRC determines if request has merit to move
forward (if they can not find support for the issue
they would turn it back to submitter to supply
support) If support is found research continues.
PRRC might consist of 1 legal advisor, 1 PRC
member, 1 Dept. Rep.
There are also outside volunteers (Constituent,
Friend, Policy Analyst, Legal Policy Analyst) that are
not appointed to the PRC that can assist in research.
PRRC submits findings to Dept. head which could be
a department or the Commission
How Does The Process Work
Determination is sent to PRC for review,
comments and final consensus (may
require further research or workshops)
Dept. or Commission reacts to PRC review
Final resolution is sent to public
Public can react by posting to PRC
This process may take months on first of
Current Issues - National
Issues that are resolved with one PRC
could be used to resolve the same
issues in other states in less time
Promoting the Integrity of the
Intensive vetting by Commission
PRC members can request the dismissal of
another PRC member for cause
Public request for PRC member removal for
Statists will not want to work with free
Constituent group of volunteers
Sr. level high school, college-level
political science, or per-law teachers
and institutions are encouraged to give
students academic credit for
participation in PRC volunteer programs
PRC volunteer programs help immunize
students from academic biases favoring
PRC volunteer programs also gives
students a practical education in three-
tiered federalism, while transforming
government at the same time.
A Special thanks to the Bonner County, Idaho County
Commission for their innovative approach and dedication
to the preservation of property rights and the very
foundation of our Constitution.
Commission Chairman Cornel Rasor
Scott Bauer - Attorney
Pam Stout - Paralegal
“Private property and freedom are
inseparable.” George Washington