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Byline: Tessa R. Salazar
Last year's conflict seemed not to have spared the local real property sector. A year of disputes involving developers, private owners, farmers, government and businesses won't let the water horse of 2002 rest.
Farmers losing ground
As of now, Barangay Macabud farmers say they are losing to golf course developer Capitol Hills Golf and Country Club.
Farmer leader Elvira Baladad said in an interview last week that her group was pinning its hopes on Agrarian Reform Secretary Hernani Braganza, who promised to resolve the case equitably and set the matter rightfully.
The contested property has been applied for exemption by Capitol Golf and is set to become a 141-hectare championship golf course.
The property was earlier labeled as a deferred land use zone. It has been …