According to an article in the Press Democrat, "City moves toward eminent domain for Hwy. 101 interchange," the City of Petaluma is contemplating the use of eminent domain to acquire property necessary for the Highway 101-East Washington interchange expansion.
The impacted parcels include the land behind the Raley's shopping center, the K-mart center, and vacant land owned by Regency, which is planning a Target shopping center. While the City intends to continue negotiations, once again it sounds as if project funding is pushing the eminent domain process.
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