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If the township has passed an ordinance which limits the use of the land, then it could be considered a violation of the takings clause of the Constitution. As such, the township would have to pay you reasonable compensation for the loss of use of your property if the reason for your restricted use is for a public reason. However, if there is no public reason for the ordinance, then the law is improper and should be revoked
You would need to file a lawsuit in a federal or state court against the township for the taking of your property