ADOT officials meet with community leaders and business owners

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By Mila Besich Lira

Last week ADOT held an open house to meet with business owners and community members who will be affected by the US 60 Expansion. The meeting was not an official public hearing but the staff did listen to the concerns of those in attendance at the sessions.

Those who attended were able to see how property lines and rights of way will be affected by the expansion. ADOT officials expect to have a revised plan ready for a public hearing in March or April of 2013.

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