Partial Taking by NCDOT
for Hwy 220 Improvements

Partial Taking by NCDOT <…

Initial offer/deposit: $102,600

Settlement amount: $325,000 ($222,400 or 217% increase)

Case Name:

Department of Transportation v. Blackmon

Date Concluded:

December 2016

Attorneys for Landowners:

David W. Murray and T. LaFontine "Fountain" Odom, Sr.

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