Rocky Mount, North Carolina will be the home for a new rail terminal known as the Carolina Connector, or CCX. This project will connect rail lines from across the country in one main area, providing the region with a new major transportation hub.
CSX Corporation and the state of North Carolina will be holding open house meetings with the public in both Nash and Edgecomb Counties to go over the details of the project and explain how it will impact the community as well as the local environment.
Henson Fuerst, North Carolina Land Condemnation Lawyers encourage residents to attend these meetings, ask questions and learn more about your rights.
And if you have any legal questions at all, regarding land condemnation, call us at 919-781-1107.
Meetings will take place at the following dates and locations:
- Date: Wednesday, July 27th, 6-8 pm
- Location: Edgecombe County Administrative Building Auditorium
- Date: Thursday, July 28th, 6-8 pm
- Location: Nash Community College – Brown Auditorium of Business & Industry
While the state of North Carolina and developers of CSX Corporation are championing the economic impact this project will have on the region, many local property owners will be facing Land Condemnation as a result of construction of the new CCX rail terminal.
Before you sign anything or make any “deals” for your land, it makes sense to consult with an experienced North Carolina Land Condemnation attorney at Henson Fuerst.
While Rocky Mount has been selected as the future home of the CCX terminal, it was not the developers’ first choice. The project was originally slated to be located in Johnston County, but pressure from local landowners forced the state and CSX to look elsewhere.
Now, this 700 acre, $272 million rail hub will impact residents of Rocky Mount. Approximately 20 parcels will be affected by the project’s preliminary engineering and design phases, which will take place between 2016 and 2017.
If you or a loved one are facing Land Condemnation from the CCX rail terminal, or any other major construction project, call the experienced North Carolina Eminent Domain attorneys of Henson Fuerst at 919-781-1107.
When you call, you will receive a FREE, confidential consultation about your case. At Henson Fuerst, we will fight hard to protect your rights and provide the answers you seek. Call us today or fill out a free consultation form online, and a Henson Fuerst attorney will contact you shortly.
Henson Fuerst Attorneys David Henson and Anne Duvoisin are committed to protecting the rights of property owners facing Land Condemnation. Call today to find out how Henson Fuerst may be able to help.