Centerville Turnpike Widening Project in Chesapeake, Virginia
Public Informational Meeting: December 14, 2017
We are excited to announce that the Krause & Kinsman Law Firm is hosting a landowner informational meeting regarding the Centerville Turnpike Widening from Indian River Road to Kempsville Road on December 14 from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Hampton Inn & Suites Chesapeake-Battlefield Blvd. located at 1421 N. Battlefield Blvd Chesapeake, VA 23320.
The City of Virginia Beach proposes to construct a four-lane divided highway within a 130-foot right-of-way from Indian River Road to Kempsville Road, a distance of 1.85 miles. This project will provide improvements at the Kempsville Road and Indian River Road intersections, including triple left turn lanes onto Indian River Road from Centerville Turnpike.
The project will also include sidewalk improvements, dedicated on-road bike lanes, landscaping, and the relocation of existing aerial utilities. To complete the planned improvements, it is anticipated that privately owned property will need to be acquired for this project.
Krause & Kinsman attorney David Needham will present at our upcoming educational seminar. David will discuss the condemnation process in Virginia and explain how the City of Virginia Beach may use eminent domain to acquire private property.
Some questions that may be discussed include:
- Can I prevent the proposed taking?
- Am I entitled to compensation?
- Do I have to pay for an attorney?
- Can I negotiate on my own?
- What is condemnation?
Concerned landowners will learn how an eminent domain lawyer on their side can help protect their private property rights. To RSVP, please contact Karmyn Janes at firstname.lastname@example.org.