City of Fontana Considering Eminent Domain for Bridge Project
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The City of Fontana will meet tonight to consider adopting a resolution of necessity to acquire property for the Citrus Avenue Interchange project.  According to a September 21 article in the The Sun, "Citrus Avenue interchange on Fontana City Council agenda," the City is anticipating that the majority of the funding for the $57.5 million project will come from Proposition 1B and Measure I funds, along with State Transportation Improvement Program funds.  

The City has apparently been in negotiations with the property owner, but has been unable to reach an agreement.  According to the article, the City hopes to start construction in August 2011.  The project is intended to:

  • Replace the existing bridge over the 10 freeway;
  • Improve the existing on and off ramps for the 10 freeway interchange;
  • Add a new ramp for traffic going northbound on Citrus Avenue to the westbound 10 Freeway; and
  • Make improvements to the Citrus Avenue and Valley Boulevard intersection.
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    Rick Rayl is an experienced litigator on a broad range of complex civil litigation issues.  His practice is concentrated primarily on eminent domain, inverse condemnation, and other real-estate-valuation disputes.  His public ...

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