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Alamance County Commissioners Oppose Expansion of Mountain Valley Pipeline
A resolution passed by the government of Alamance County, North Carolina to oppose the expansion of the Mountain Valley Gas Pipeline into the north-central portion of the state marks the first time a county has formally opposed an interstate gas pipeline in North Carolina. A detailed article on the story appears here. The four Republicans…Read More
Many Alamance County Property Owners Could be Affected by N.C. 119 Relocation Project
As the amount of people in Mebane continues to increase, so does the amount of cars on the road. This means that congestion, specifically in downtown Mebane, will only increase as well. By 2025, the current route of N.C. 119 will be unable to meet traffic demands and would mean longer delays for motorists. Therefore,…Read More
What does a Right of Way Agent do?
“What does a right of way agent do?” If the government wants to take your land for a public project, eventually, you will talk to the right of way agents. That person will make a conversation and ask you a few questions. What should you say to them? The short answer is nothing. Say absolutely…Read More
Why Can a State, Federal or Private Entity Take My Property?
Your property can be taken through Eminent Domain, or Land Condemnation, through a number of state and federal rules and regulations. From a numbers perspective, most land is taken by the State of North Carolina‘s Department of Transportation. In addition to the DOT, however, your land can also be taken by the federal government, the…Read More
Attorney Anne Duvoisin Publishes Article on Land Condemnation for the American Bar Association
Henson Fuerst Land Condemnation partner Anne Duvoisin had a recent article published by the American Bar Association for her coverage of the Sabal Pipeline litigation in Florida. Sabal Trail Transmission project is a natural gas pipeline that would cover over 33 miles of land from southwestern Alabama through Georgia and Florida. While this case involves…Read More
Highway 70 a Priority for NC DOT
According to a Facebook post by Atlantic Beach, the U.S. 70 corridor has been designated as a high-priority future interstate on the National Highway System. The future interstate projects include the Gallants Channel Bridge, the Kinston Bypass, the Havelock Bypass, and James City. Read more here:Â https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10153621377897794&id=335837552793Read More
Hampstead Bypass NOT a Funding Priority
Land owners in Pender County who are in the path of the Transportation Corridor Official Map (the North Carolina Map Act) remain in limbo, per NC DOT and local Pender County elected officials under the recently updated State Transportation Improvement Plan. According to an article on WECT: Neither one of the segments for the Hampstead…Read More