Will the County take any homes or businesses for the roadway using eminent domain?

Williamson County is committed to conducting ROW negotiations in a manner that is comprehensive in its respect for the private property and rights of landowners to support voluntarily negotiated ROW acquisitions. Where ROW is needed, the goal is to come to an agreement with each landowner. The County may acquire some ROW through the condemnation process using its power of eminent domain, but only as a last resort after exhausting all reasonable attempts at negotiation. If a qualifying owner or occupant is displaced from his/her home or business as a direct result of the project, then the County will also make relocation assistance benefits available according to the provisions and requirements of the Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisition Policies Act (“The Uniform Act”).

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1. What is the Liberty Hill Bypass project?
2. What is the Williamson County LRTP?
3. Why is this project needed?
4. What are the project limits?
5. How was the Liberty Hill Bypass alignment determined?
6. Why is the east-bound frontage road the first portion of the project to be constructed?
7. What is the schedule for this project?
8. Is the County going to hold a large public meeting?
9. How is the Liberty Hill Bypass project being funded?
10. How will residents and business owners along the alignment be impacted?
11. What is the ROW acquisition process?
12. Will the County take any homes or businesses for the roadway using eminent domain?
13. What is the County doing to improve our current roads?
14. Where may I go to ask questions or receive more information about the Liberty Hill Bypass project?