By A.J. Hazarabedian
Property owners affected by San Bernardino Associated Governments’ (“SANBAG”) Hunts Lane overpass project have voiced their concerns about the project and may have some issues resolved, according to The Press Enterprise article, “Hunts Lane overpass causes some concern.”
SANBAG did not adopt the resolutions of necessity from last month’s board meeting which would have been the last step prior to filing eminent domain actions to condemn property needed for the project.
Property owners near the railroad are concerned that the overpass will harm their business by blocking access and obstructing visibility.
According to the article, SANBAG officials are trying to accommodate owners and have made a change to the proposal which would add a stoplight at the end of the overpass on Oliver Holmes Road.
Officials are hoping for construction to begin later this year and should last about 18 months.