Officials from both IDOT and INDOT will be hosting another round of open houses for the much anticipated, highly-controversial Illiana Corridor–a 47 mile long swath of land on which the Illiana Expressway is anticipated to traverse–this April, and as expected, attorneys from Sever Storey will be present.
Attorneys Jordan Walker and Phil Sever were present at the landowners-only meetings in Peotone and Lowell last month, assisting both current clients and curious landowners. Many people felt overwhelmed by the presentation and left the meetings dissatisfied with INDOT/IDOT’s (lack of) concrete answers to pertinent questions. Sever Storey did its best to give the cold hard truthful answers to these questions. And we will be doing it again at the upcoming open houses.
The purpose of the upcoming open house meetings is to explain the second tier of the process, which includes refinement of the preferred corridor, interchange locations and layout, determining overpass and underpass opportunities, environmental analysis and continued stakeholder outreach.
The dates and times of the open houses are as follows:
Peotone High School
605 W. North St., Peotone.
5-8 CST 6-9 EST
Lowell Middle School
19250 Cline Ave.
5-8 CST/6-9 EST
If you think you may be affected by this project, would be interested in a free Sever Storey speaking arrangement or free consultation, and/or would like to meet with Sever Storey at the open house, contact our eminent domain landowner attorneys at 1-888-318-3761 or visit us on the web at https://landownerattorneys.com/.
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