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Wednesday June 3rd, 2015

Posted at 7:23pm

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Property acquisition discussions began this week with Michigan residents related to land needed for the construction the new Gordie Howe International Bridge.

“This week, our partners at the Michigan Department of Transportation  are meeting with Michigan residential owners and residential tenants whose properties are required for the construction of the Gordie Howe International Bridge project, including the U.S. port of entry,” said Michael Cautillo, President and Chief Executive Officer for the Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority.

The meetings provide property owners with the opportunity to meet one-on-one with Michigan Department of Transportation  acquisition agents to discuss individual needs.

“The Gordie Howe International Bridge project team is committed to working with property owners in a fair and consistent manner.  These discussions are an important step in the continued progress toward the construction of the new publicly owned bridge between Windsor and Detroit.  More importantly, these discussions serve to provide certainty to property owners located within the identified locations of the bridge and U.S. port of entry,” Cautillo said.

 

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