Re: Hunting Rights and City Property
no, you don't. Making that sort of argument is no different than claiming a cop works for you because your taxes pay his salary. Your taxes may pay (and most likely, only a part) of the costs of the airport, that give you no rights to stake a claim to be able to hunt on the land.
I don't understand how the hunting rights to city property given to one person. I pay taxes on the land.
The city entered into a contract with the farmer. He sells the land they need; they pay him. Part of that payment is apparently the rights of the farmer to be able to control the hunting on the airport property.
Since you are so worried about your taxes, realize that since that was part of the purchase, one has to presume that either the farmer would not sell the land without including those rights or he would have sought more for the property. Either situation would have cost you, as a taxpayer, more. In reality, that transfer of rights has saved you money.
I am not an attorney and any advice is not to be construed as legal advice. You might even want to ignore my advice. Actually, there are plenty of real attorneys that you might want to ignore as well.