The Florida Department of Transportation Releases Design Aerials for the Widening of Nine Mile Road in Pensacola

The Florida Department of Transportation (“FDOT”) plans to widen Nine Mile Road in from U.S. 90 to Pine Forest Road in Pensacola.  As an initial step in the progress of this project, the FDOT recently released preliminary design aerials.  These design aerials depict the property along Nine Mile Road that the FDOT may acquire (by eminent domain, if necessary) to complete this project.

Fixel & Willis – a Florida law firm that represents private property owners in eminent domain matters – has received the FDOT’s preliminary design aerials and has carefully reviewed them.  If you own Escambia County property that may be acquired as part of the Nine Mile Road widening project and you have any questions or concerns about the FDOT’s potential taking of your property or Florida eminent domain law, please contact Fixel & Willis’s firm administrator, Susie Harris, by email at sharris@fixelwillis.com or by telephone, toll free at (800) 848-7535.

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The Florida Department of Transportation Releases New Construction Plans for a Segment of the Widening of State Road 77 in Washington County

The Florida Department of Transportation (“FDOT”) plans to widen State Road 77 in Washington County.  As a step toward the completion of this project, the FDOT recently released new construction plans for the segment of this road widening project that begins north of the Sunny hills entrance and ends 1 mile south of the Wasau city limits.

These construction plans indicate that the FDOT plans to acquire (by eminent domain, if needed) 52 parcels of Washington County property to complete this segment of the State Road 77 road widening project, and to do so, the FDOT has budgeted $7 million for the fiscal years 2014-2017.

Fixel & Willis – a Florida law firm that represents private property owners in eminent domain matters – has received the FDOT’s new construction plans and has carefully reviewed them for its affected clients.  If you own Washington County property that may be acquired as part of the State Road 77 widening project and you have any questions or concerns about the FDOT’s potential taking of your property or Florida eminent domain law, please contact Fixel & Willis’s firm administrator, Susie Harris, by email at sharris@fixelwillis.com or by telephone, toll free at (800) 848-7535.

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The Florida Department of Transportation Releases Design Aerials for the Widening of State Road 292 in Escambia County

The Florida Department of Transportation (“FDOT”) plans to add lanes to State Road 292 in Escambia County. As an initial step in the progress of this project, the FDOT recently released preliminary design aerials. These design aerials depict that many property along State Road 292 may have their property targeted for eminent domain acquisition.

Fixel & Willis – a Florida law firm that represents private property owners in eminent domain matters – has received the FDOT’s preliminary design aerials and has carefully reviewed them. If you own Escambia County property that may be acquired as part of the State Road 292 widening project and you have any questions or concerns about the FDOT’s potential taking of your property or Florida eminent domain law, please contact Fixel & Willis’s firm administrator, Susie Harris, by email at sharris@fixelwillis.com or by telephone, toll free at (800) 848-7535.

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The Florida Department of Transportation Unveils New Construction Plans for the Widening of State Road 87 in Santa Rosa County

The Florida Department of Transportation (“FDOT”) plans to expand State Road 87 in Santa Rosa County.  As an initial step toward the completion of this project, the FDOT developed and recently released new construction plans for two segments of the project.  Those segments are:  (1) the segment from north of State Road 4 to the Alabama state line and (2) the segment from south of Coldwater Creek to County Road 178.

The FDOT’s recently released construction plans indicate that the FDOT anticipates acquiring (by eminent domain, if necessary) 135 parcels of property to complete these two segments of the State Road 87 widening project.

Fixel & Willis, a Florida law firm that represents private property owners in eminent domain matters, has obtained the FDOT’s recently released construction plans and has studied them for its affected clientele.  If you own Santa Rosa County property that may be acquired as part of the State Road 87 expansion project and you have any questions or concerns about the FDOT’s potential taking of your property or Florida eminent domain law, please contact Fixel & Willis’s firm administrator, Susie Harris, by email at sharris@fixelwillis.com or by telephone, toll free at (800) 848-7535.

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The Florida Department of Transportation Releases Preliminary Right-of-Way Maps for the Addition of a Turn Lane on State Road 296/Bayou Boulevard at the 12th Avenue Intersection in Escambia County

The Florida Department of Transportation (“FDOT”) plans to add a turn lane to State Road 296/Bayou Boulevard at the 12 Avenue Intersection in Escambia County.  As an initial step in the completion of this project, the FDOT recently developed and released preliminary right-of-way maps.  These preliminary right-of-way maps indicate that the FDOT plans to acquire (by eminent domain, if needed) three parcels of Escambia County property, and to acquire this property, the FDOT has budgeted over $250,000 in right-of-way acquisition funds for the fiscal years 2015 and 2016.

Fixel & Willis, a Florida law firm that represents private property owners in eminent domain matters, has obtained the FDOT’s recently released preliminary right-of-way maps and has studied them.  If you own Escambia County property that may be acquired as part of the State Road 296/Bayou Boulevard at the 12 Avenue Intersection turn lane project and you have any questions or concerns about the FDOT’s potential taking of your property or Florida eminent domain law, please contact Fixel & Willis’s firm administrator, Susie Harris, by email at sharris@fixelwillis.com or by telephone, toll free at (800) 848-7535.

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The Florida Department of Transportation Unveils New Construction Plans for the County Road 99A/Boggy Creek Bridge Replacement in Escambia County

The Florida Department of Transportation (“FDOT”) plans to replace the County Road 99A/Boggy Creek Bridge in Escambia County.  As an initial step in the progress of this project, the FDOT’s contract engineers have drafted and recently released preliminary construction plans.  These construction plans indicate that the FDOT plans to acquire (by eminent domain, if needed) three parcels of Escambia County property, and to do so, the FDOT has budgeted over $50,000 in right-of-way acquisition funds for the fiscal year 2016.

Fixel & Willis, a Florida law firm that represents private property owners in eminent domain matters, has obtained the FDOT’s recently released construction plans and has studied them.  If you own Escambia County property that may be acquired as part of the County Road 99A/Boggy Creek Bridge replacement project and you have any questions or concerns about the FDOT’s potential taking of your property or Florida eminent domain law, please contact Fixel & Willis’s firm administrator, Susie Harris, by email at sharris@floridaeminentdomainattorneys.com or by telephone, toll free at (800) 848-7535.

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The Florida Department of Transportation Releases New Construction Plans for the Resurfacing of U.S. 90 in Escambia County

The Florida Department of Transportation (“FDOT”) plans to resurface U.S. 90 from Edison Drive to Lynch Street in Escambia County.  To complete this project, the FDOT’s contract engineers recently developed and released updated construction plans.  These updated construction plans depict that the FDOT anticipates acquiring (by eminent domain, if needed) seven parcels of Escambia County property, and to do so the FDOT has budgeted $640,000 in right-of-way acquisition money for the fiscal year 2016.

Fixel & Willis, a Florida law firm that represents private property owners in eminent domain matters, has obtained the FDOT’s recently released construction plans and has studied them.  If you own Escambia County property that may be acquired as part of the U.S. 90 resurfacing project and you have any questions or concerns about the FDOT’s potential taking of your property or Florida eminent domain law, please contact Fixel & Willis’s firm administrator, Susie Harris, by email at sharris@fixelwillis.com or by telephone, toll free at (800) 848-7535.

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The Florida Department of Transportation Releases Updated Right-of-Way Maps for the Expansion of U.S. 98 in Santa Rosa County

The Florida Department of Transportation (“FDOT”) plans to expand U.S. 98 in Santa Rosa County.  As step toward the completion of this project, the FDOT developed and recently released updated right-of-way maps. These right-of-way maps depict that the FDOT anticipates acquiring (by eminent domain, if necessary) 92 parcels of property to complete the project, and to acquire this targeted property, the FDOT has budgeted $7.3 million in right-of-way acquisition funds in the fiscal years 2014-2017.

Fixel & Willis, a Florida law firm that represents private property owners in eminent domain matters, has obtained the FDOT’s recently released right-of-way maps and has studied them for its affected clientele.  If you own Santa Rosa County property that may be acquired as part of the U.S. 98 expansion project and you have any questions or concerns about the FDOT’s potential taking of your property or Florida eminent domain law, please contact Fixel & Willis’s firm administrator, Susie Harris, by email at sharris@fixelwillis.com or by telephone, toll free at (800) 848-7535.

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The Florida Department of Transportation Releases a New Alignment for the Wasau Bypass on State Road 77 in Washington County

The Florida Department of Transportation (“FDOT”) recently released a new proposed alignment for the Wasau Bypass as part of the State Road 77 widening project.  This new alignment, the proposed Cora Lane alignment, was revealed at a recently held public meeting.

This new proposed alignment indicates that the FDOT plans to acquire (by eminent domain, if necessary) 27 parcels of Washington County property, and to do so, the FDOT has budgeted $3.75 million dollars in fiscal years 2016-2017.

Representatives of Fixel & Willis – a Florida law firm that represents private property owners in eminent domain matters – attended the relevant public meeting and have received and reviewed the FDOT’s proposed Cora Lane alignment for the Wasau Bypass.  If you own Washington County property that may be acquired as part of the Wasau Bypass or State Road 77 widening project and you have any questions or concerns about the FDOT’s potential taking of your property or Florida eminent domain law, please contact Fixel & Willis’s firm administrator, Susie Harris, by email at sharris@fixelwillis.com or by telephone, toll free at (800) 848-7535.

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The Florida Department of Transportation Releases New Construction Plans for the Widening of State Road 77 in Washington County

The Florida Department of Transportation (“FDOT”) plans to widen State Road 77 in Washington County.  As an initial step toward the completion of this project, the FDOT recently released new construction plans for two segments of this road widening project – the segment that begins at the Wasau city limits and ends at Clayton Road and the segment that begins north of County Road 279 and ends north of the Sunny Hills entrance.

These construction plans indicate that the FDOT plans to acquire (by eminent domain, if needed) 95 parcels of Washington County property, and to do so, the FDOT has budgeted over $9 million for the fiscal years 2014-2017.

Fixel & Willis – a Florida law firm that represents private property owners in eminent domain matters – has received the FDOT’s new construction plans and has carefully reviewed them for its affected clients.  If you own Washington County property that may be acquired as part of the State Road 77 widening project and you have any questions or concerns about the FDOT’s potential taking of your property or Florida eminent domain law, please contact Fixel & Willis’s firm administrator, Susie Harris, by email at sharris@fixelwillis.com or by telephone, toll free at (800) 848-7535.

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