The vote was 5 to 4.
So far my research shows only that Justice John Paul Stevens was adamantly in favor of giving cities the right to kick poor people off their land, and more level headed and considerate Justice Sandra Day O'Connor was opposed. It'd be interesting to know which of the other justices were in favor and which were opposed to this travesty.
The good thing is that now state governments are writing into their state laws more specific rules as to what can and what can't be seized by the government. I know that the Texas state government is, anyway. I'd be very suprised if other states weren't as well.
Personally, I think seizing property ought to be directly related to job creation. IOW, eminent domain may only be used for non-public works development if it can promise to create 'X' number of jobs per home seized (10 would be a low number). Perhaps the developers should even be required to give the owners of seized properties first dibs at applying to those jobs. Of course this is something for states to decide.