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Don’t fence us in, Club West tells ADOT

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Elspeth Gadzig surveys the posts for a chain-link fence along Liberty Lane that will run the entire 22-mile length of the South Mountain Freeway./ Pablo Robles/AFN Staff Photographer

By Paul Maryniak | Ahwatukee Foothills News

From the folks who are bringing Ahwatukee the South Mountain Freeway with its soaring sound walls and other changes that have impacted the community’s landscape comes a new addition that has Club West and other residents up in arms.

In recent weeks, the Arizona Department of Transportation and project designer-builder Connect202Partners have been installing a chain link fence along Liberty Lane – part of a fence that will run the entire 22 miles of the freeway, scheduled to open in a few months.

The fence has roiled the tempers of a host of elected officials, the Club West Community Association board and individual residents – all of whom have called it a needless insult to the injury that the freeway project has inflicted on Ahwatukee.


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