The long-anticipated, long-agonized over interchange between I-57 and I-294 in the Chicagoland area is coming to fruition–but at a cost.

Residents of the Village of Posen, the prime recipient of this interchange’s land acquisition, chimed in at a meeting with the Tollway in mid-December and voiced their displeasure with the time restraints set on residents forced to move as a result of the project.

“These people’s homes and lives are being turned upside down, and there is no alternative and there is no program out there (to help),” said Latasha Terry-Davis, whose home is 6 years old.

Sever Storey Attorney Jordan Walker has been in contact with leaders of this strong contingent of Posen residents, steadfast against being pushed around by the Tollway. Mr. Walker has already spoken at a meeting and supplied materials to the group in an effort to assist in any way possible. There are specific requirements that condemning authorities must adhere to when dealing with relocating residents and citizens must make sure to hold these entities to these requirements.

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