The Map Act of North Carolina, passed in 1987, allowed the state to designate sects of land as future highway corridors. Owners of the designated land were not allowed to subdivide or build on their property. Last year, the Supreme Court ruled the Map Act unconstitutional. Now, the DOT is dragging their feet on determining the properties’ worth, and landowners are feeling helpless. Walter Simpkins, represented by Shanahan Law Group, PLLC in this case speaks about how the Map Act is affecting him in this video:

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