The NC 540 Southeast Extension project is a project intended to meet the growing population and traffic in southeastern Wake County. Recently, a public meeting was held which served as an opportunity for property owners to learn how their property may be affected and for them to express any concerns they had.
If you missed the meeting you may view it here:
This meeting was the first time some residents became aware that their property would be affected. One resident in particular, who has attended previous meetings and followed the project over the years learned for the first time at the meeting that he was going to lose his home. He also learned that his closest neighbors on Bells Lake Road would lose their homes as well.
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The North Carolina Department of Transportation will be accepting feedback from the public on this project until March 23.
You may send feedback:
- Via email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- By mail to 1598 Mail Service Center, Raleigh, N.C., 27699-1598
- Online at publicinput.com/complete_540.
It is important to understand your rights as a property owner. The law requires that the government or condemning agency pay you “just compensation”, but we find in the majority of cases, the offers made by the government fail to be fair to property owners and undervalue properties from 50% or more.
If your land, home or business is affected by any type of land condemnation, call the leading land condemnation attorneys at Henson Fuerst by calling 919-781-1107 for a FREE CONSULTATION. An experienced North Carolina eminent domain lawyer will speak with you and answer any questions you have. At Henson Fuerst, we will explain your options, and stand with you every step of the way, fighting to protect your rights as a property owner and seek to get you the fair and just compensation you may deserve.
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