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159th Street Residents Fighting Back Against Land Acquisition

 

While IDOT aggressively pursues acquiring land for the proposed 159th St. Road Project in Homer Glen, IL, landowners are corresponding with an equally aggressive manner.

“Our livelihood depends on that road,” said Bob Schmidt, owner of Wheel-Go Camping, a camping equipment and recreational vehicle retailer at 159th Street and Parker Road for 35 years.

The 159th project, which will widen the popular road predominantly in Orland Park and Homer Glen, is expected to affect around 300 property owners.

Schmidt joined a group of village, township and Will County officials who traveled to Springfield recently to meet with IDOT Secretary Ann Schneider and Omer Osman, IDOT’s chief engineer and director of the division of highways.

Full story here.

If you think you may be affected by the 159th St. Project, and/or are interested in a free consultation, contact our eminent domain landowner attorneys at 1-888-318-3761 or visit us on the web at www.landownerattorneys.com.

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