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Posted on: January 2, 2014

[ARCHIVED] Town Notice of Public Hearing - Proposed Project, Rehabilitation of High Street


NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a PUBLIC HEARING will be held by the Town of Victor Town Board pursuant to Section 202 of New York’s Eminent Domain Procedure Law at 85 East Main Street, Victor, New York, on January 21, 2014, at 7:00 p.m., for the purpose of hearing public comments on the proposed acquisition of property for the public project described below:

The proposed public project is the rehabilitation of High Street in the Town of Victor which will include pavement rehabilitation and full depth shoulder reconstruction to create two travel lanes (one in each direction) with adjacent paved widened shoulders and the introduction of left turn lanes at Victor Central School, Championship Drive, Willowbrook Road, Gillis Road and Valentown Road. Also included are water main upgrades and new sidewalk between the Village line and Lane Road, and gutters and drainage system improvements.

The proposed location of the project is a 2.8 mile section of High Street commencing at Victor Village line and ending at the High Street Extension near NY Route 96. The project may require the acquisition of permanent easements, temporary easements and fee simple interests in property including, but not limited to, the following parcels:

987 High Street, 977 High Street, 953 High Street, 958 High Street, 940 High Street, 915 High Street, 873 High Street, 860 High Street, 863 High Street, 846 High Street, 7151 Lane Road, 7265 Willowbrook Road, 620 High Street, 7431 Trillium Trail, 7297 Trillium Trail, 560 Brunswick Lane, 531 High Street, 7276 Gillis Road, 7307 Sachem Trail,7306 Sachem Trail,
304 High Street, 299 Franlee Lane, 275 High Street, 7724 St. Rt. 96

Written statements and documents concerning the proposed project may be presented to the Town Board prior to or at the hearing. Property owners who may subsequently wish to challenge condemnation of their property via judicial review may do so only on the basis of issues, facts, and objections raised at this hearing.

Plans and additional information are available at the Town Clerk’s Office and may be inspected during regular business hours.

Dated: January 2, 2014
Debra J. Denz, Town Clerk

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