Capital Southeast Connector D2 Project in Rancho Cordova, California
Public Informational Meeting: December 5, 2017
Property owners who may be affected by the Capital Southeast Connector D2 Project can learn about the eminent domain process and how a legal advocate can offer insight into the procedures and law.
The 34-mile Capital SouthEast Connector expressway will serve as a beltway through the southern area of Sacramento County into El Dorado County, enabling travelers to bypass downtown Sacramento and Highway 50 congestion. However, the Capital Southeast Connector Joint Powers Authority may use the power of eminent domain to acquire private property for the completion of this project.
Krause & Kinsman attorney Adam Krause will attend the meeting to discuss the importance of just compensation for property owners facing condemnation. Adam will explain the protections provided by the Fifth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.
Some questions that may be covered during the workshop include:
- What should I tell the government real estate appraisers?
- What if I don’t agree with the fair market value determined by the government’s appointed appraiser?
- What are the steps in the condemnation process?
- If I receive a condemnation notice, does that mean that the government has already taken my property?
- Should I assume the offer for my property is fair?
Attend our public meeting on December 5 starting at 6:30 p.m. at the Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Sacramento Rancho Cordova to learn more about the project and how our law firm can assist you.
To RSVP or request more information, please contact Megan O’Neill at email@example.com.