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The Willmar Rail Connector & Industrial Access Project (Willmar WYE) may impact homeowners and business owners.

| Aug 3, 2018 | Firm News, real estate law |

The Willmar Rail Connector & Industrial Access Project (Willmar WYE) may impact Kandiyohi County homeowners and business owners along the planned route. A project of this type can raise many questions that are difficult to answer. Attorney Mike Rajkowski at Quinlivan & Hughes can answer questions or concerns you may have about your property being a part of the planned project. Quinlivan & Hughes Law Firm is experienced in dealing with matters such as right-of-way acquisitions, eminent domain, condemnation, and even relocation benefits.

Several agencies are involved in the Willmar WYE project, which involves among other areas, the rerouting of U.S. Highway 12, near Willmar. Having your land or business be a part of this type of project can be over whelming and land owners should take steps to protect their rights. Your home or business is a valuable asset and you should not sign anything until you have had a chance to speak with a lawyer experienced in this area of the law.

If you have questions about your rights during this type of project, contact Mike Rajkowski at Quinlivan & Hughes.

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