Arkansas Projects

Brandon Moffitt, August 1, 2013
Eminent Domain lawyer,Michael Phillips, of Moffitt & Phillips attended the public hearings regarding SWEPCO’s proposal to take property from hundreds of people in Northwest Arkansas for a high voltage power line that would run from near Bentonville to the Kings River north of Berryville.
Brandon Moffitt, June 28, 2013
Southwestern Electric Power Company (SWEPCO) submitted an application to the Arkansas Public Service Commission (APSC) on April 3, 2013 for a new 345 kilovolt transmission line from SWEPCO’s Shipe Road Station in Benton County, Arkansas to the proposed Kings River Station in Carroll County, Arkansas. The application listed six possible routes for the proposed transmission line but SWEPCO hopes to use Route 33.
Brandon Moffitt, June 24, 2013
Eminent Domain Lawyers Moffitt & Phillips, PLLC is accepting clients affected by AHTD Job No. 012155 and the widening of Arkansas Hwy. 64 from the Vilonia Bypass, east, to Turner Road in Faulkner and White counties. The improvements will affect numerous landowners will likely result in the taking of private property by the Arkansas State Highway Commission through eminent domain.
Brandon Moffitt, May 9, 2013
Moffitt & Phillips is taking clients affected by AHTD Job No. 080164 and the relocation of Hwy. 7 in Dover, Arkansas. The Hwy. 7 improvements will consist of constructing two new lanes, approximately 1.8 miles in length. The improvements will affect landowners of both residential and agricultural tracts and will likely result in the taking of private property by the Arkansas State Highway Commission through eminent domain.
Brandon Moffitt, February 15, 2013
Arkansas Eminent Domain Attorneys Moffitt & Phillips are taking clients affected by the Arkansas Hwy. 5 widening from Interstate 30 to the Pulaski County Line. The Arkansas State Highway and Transportation Department (AHTD) has announced a widening project for Arkansas Highway 5 due to continuing growth and increasing congestion for travel between Saline County and Pulaski County.
Brandon Moffitt, February 11, 2013
Property acquisition is currently ongoing by the Arkansas State Highway Commission in regard to AHTD Job No. 061194, also known as Arkansas Highway 10 (Cantrell Rd.) widening from Mississippi Avenue to Perryville Road.

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