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SR 60 from CR 630 to E of the Kissimmee River Bridge

Polk County

The Florida Department of Transportation ("FDOT") is currently conducting a Project Development and Environment Study ("PD&E") on a segment of State Road 60 in Polk and Osceola Counties. The study runs from County Road 630 in Polk County to east of the Kissimmee River Bridge in Osceola County, a distance of 8 miles. FDOT is currently evaluating several alternatives to widen the roadway from two to four lanes. In addition, a parallel bridge would need to be constructed at the Kissimmee River to accommodate the new lanes. The study is expected to be completed by the end of 2017. Project Link: SW Florida Roads Project Description (For a property owner list, project schedule, or detailed funding information, please contact our office by clicking here) Maguire Lassman, P.A., a Florida law firm that represents property owners faced with the potential acquisition of their property through eminent domain, has access to Polk and Osceola Counties’ Right-of-Way maps. If you own property in Polk or Osceola County that may be affected by the SR 60 from CR 630 to E of Kissimmee River Bridge project and you have any questions or concerns about Polk or Osceola Counties’ recently released maps or Florida eminent domain law, please contact Maguire Lassman, P.A.’s office manager, Teri L. Alligood, by email at Teri@Maguire-EminentDomain.com or by telephone at (888) 216-6870.
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SR 600 (US 17/92) from Pleasant Hill Road to Portage Street

Osceola County

The Florida Department of Transportation ("FDOT") has plans to widen SR 600 (US 17/92) from a 4 lane to 6 lane facility on the inside from Pleasant Hill Road to Portage Street. This 2.4 mile project includes an additional mile for a west bound flyover from SR 600 (US 17/92) to southbound Pleasant Hill Road. FDOT has budgeted over $17 million for Right-of-Way acquisition. This project is currently in the Design phase. Project Link: FDOT Central Florida Roads Project Information (For a property owner list, project schedule, or detailed funding information, please contact our office by clicking here) Maguire Lassman, P.A., a Florida law firm that represents property owners faced with the potential acquisition of their property through eminent domain, has access to Osceola County’s Right-of-Way maps. If you own property in Osceola County that may be affected by the SR 600 (US 17/92) from Pleasant Hill Road to Portage Street expansion and you have any questions or concerns about Osceola County’s recently released maps or Florida eminent domain law, please contact Maguire Lassman, P.A.’s office manager, Teri L. Alligood, by email at Teri@Maguire-EminentDomain.com or by telephone at (888) 216-6870.
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Carroll Street from John Young Parkway to Michigan Avenue

Osceola County

Carroll Street has three lanes west of Old Dixie Highway and two lanes in each direction east of Old Dixie Highway. Currently, the corridor is undergoing a Project Development Environment Study ("PD&E") to assess the possibility of providing alternative improvements such as widening the Carroll Street to five lanes with multiple through lanes in both directions. Also, there is a proposed improvement that would add a median between a total of four lanes. The project hopes to address pedestrian needs and overall safety. (For a property owner list, project schedule, or detailed funding information, please contact our office by clicking here) Snip20160502_1 Maguire Lassman, P.A., a Florida law firm that represents property owners faced with the potential acquisition of their property through eminent domain, has access to Osceola County’s Right-of-Way maps. If you own property in Osceola County that may be affected by the Carroll Street from John Young Parkway to Michigan Avenue construction and you have any questions or concerns about Osceola County’s recently released maps or Florida eminent domain law, please contact Maguire Lassman, P.A.’s office manager, Teri L. Alligood, by email at Teri@Maguire-EminentDomain.com or by telephone at (888) 216-6870.
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Hoagland Boulevard from US 17/92 to US 192

Osceola County

Osceola County is engaged in various studies that would recommend a preferred alternative for the widening of Hoagland Boulevard/Pleasant Hill Road from US 17/92 John Young Parkway in the south to US 192 Vine Street in the north. The goal of the expansion project is to increase safety and overall capacity. (For a property owner list, project schedule, or detailed funding information, please contact our office by clicking here) snip20161031_4 Maguire Lassman, P.A., a Florida law firm that represents property owners faced with the potential acquisition of their property through eminent domain, has access to Osceola County’s Right-of-Way maps. If you own property in Osceola County that may be affected by the Hoagland Boulevard from US 17/92 to US 192 expansion and you have any questions or concerns about Osceola County’s recently released maps or Florida eminent domain law, please contact Maguire Lassman, P.A.’s office manager, Teri L. Alligood, by email at Teri@Maguire-EminentDomain.com or by telephone at (888) 216-6870.
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Osceola Parkway Extension

Osceola County

The Osceola County Expressway Authority ("OCX") is currently assessing potential corridors for an extension of the Osceola Parkway from west of Boggy Creek Road to the proposed Northeast Connector Expressway. OCX's Project Development and Environment Study (“PD&E”) is being used to evaluate the possible need for future traffic demand and enhancement of overall traffic flow. (For a property owner list, project schedule, or detailed funding information, please contact our office by clicking here) Project Link: OCX Project Homepage   snip20161101_2Maguire Lassman, P.A., a Florida law firm that represents property owners faced with the potential acquisition of their property through eminent domain, has access to Osceola County’s Right-of-Way maps. If you own property in Osceola County that may be affected by the Osceola Parkway Extension construction and you have any questions or concerns about Osceola County’s recently released maps or Florida eminent domain law, please contact Maguire Lassman, P.A.’s office manager, Teri L. Alligood, by email at Teri@Maguire-EminentDomain.com or by telephone at (888) 216-6870.  
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Sabal Trail Transmission, LLC Plans to Take Property for the Sabal Trail Natural Gas Pipeline

Sumter County

The proposed Sabal Trail pipeline project will include approximately 465 miles of interstate natural gas pipeline (55 miles in Alabama, 196 miles in Georgia, and 214 miles in Florida) and initially at least 2 compressor stations in Alabama and Florida. The pipeline will be capable of transporting 1 billion cubic feet per day or more of natural gas to serve local distribution companies, industrial users and natural gas-fired power generators in the Southeast markets. To complete this project, STT plans to acquire (via eminent domain, if needed) hundreds of parcels of property in various Florida counties, including Alachua, Columbia, Gilchrist, Hamilton, Lake Levy, Marion, Osceola, Polk, Sumter and Suwannee counties.  Maguire Lassman, P.A., a Florida law firm that represents private property owners in eminent domain matters, has received and reviewed Sabal Trail Transmission, LLC’s latest corridor study that indicates the potential property that may be acquired to complete this project. (For a property owner list, project schedule, or detailed funding information, please contact our office by clicking here) If you own Florida property that may be acquired as part of the Sabal Trail Natural Gas Pipeline project and you have any questions or concerns about the potential taking of your property or Florida eminent domain law, please contact Maguire Lassman’s office manager, Teri L. Alligood, by email at Teri@Maguire-EminentDomain.com or by telephone, toll free at (888) 216-6870.
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