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Nor Shall Private Property Be Taken For Public Use, Without Just Compensation
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Route 60 in Seymour, Webster County, Missouri - SUPERCEDED (SEE BELOW)

NOTE: See updated entry from May 2024 by clicking HERE.

The Missouri Department of Transportation is proposing intersection improvements along Route 60 and Routes C & K in Seymour, Webster County, Missouri.

The project will construct a new interchange at Route 60 and Routes C/K in Seymour and intersection improvements at Route 60 and Clinton Avenue on the westside of Seymour.

Improvements will also include the following:

New interchange at U.S. Route 60 and Webster County Route C/K to improve safety and traffic flow Realign Route K to new interchange and improve Route K (Clinton Avenue)/Center Avenue intersection Construct Outer Roads for improved connectivity north of Route 60 Construct eastbound Route 60 access ramps at Clinton Avenue Construct westbound Route 60 access ramps near Skyline Road Construct roundabout intersection of Loren Drive with westbound access ramps Remove 2 signalized intersections and crossovers: Route C/K and Clinton Avenue Remove 2 unsignalized intersections and crossovers: Skyline Drive and Lynch Drive

Construction of the project is currently scheduled for 2027

MoDOT Route 60 Seymour Project Map

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When a highway expansion or road development cuts through your property — whether it be a home, a business, a farm or undeveloped land — the value of your property will be affected. You are entitled to compensation for lost land and any impact highway development has on your property value.

When determining the monetary impact on your property, increased noise and traffic, congestion, unsightliness, loss of parking, restricted use, resale value and other issues must be taken into account.

At Denlow & Henry, we understand the unique issues property owners face when highways and roads are expanded or relocated. We are committed to helping our clients protect and maximize their constitutional right to “just compensation.” We have successfully represented clients in actions involving major players in Missouri highway and road construction, including: - The Missouri Highway Commission (MoDOT), - The Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) - The Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT)

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