Before the design for the widened 159th Street corridor is finalized, Homer Glen residents, business owners and officials got one more look at drawings at a workshop session Wednesday at the village hall.
Since the last public meeting, the Illinois Department of Transportation added five breaks in the unmountable median, increasing the number of breaks to 18 along the 7.5-mile route from Ravinia Avenue in Orland Park west to Gougar Road.
IDOT will need to acquire approximately 231 parcels for the proposed 159th Street Project. Sever Storey has already held two seminars and plans on eventually holding another. Stay in touch with Sever Storey to find out when these seminars may be or if you may be eligible for a free site visit.
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