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Lighting, fences fuel more freeway resentment in Ahwatukee

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Chain link fencing along segments of Liberty Lane in Ahwatukee have riled Club West and Foothills residents. / Special to AFN

By Paul Maryniak | Ahwatukee Foothills News

The Arizona Department of Transportation and South Mountain Freeway developer Connect202Partners are quickly learning that good fences don’t make good neighbors in Ahwatukee.

As opposition grew over the installation of chain link fences along Liberty Lane, homeowners close to another freeway segment are complaining about the agencies’ seeming refusal to install shields on high-intensity lights already in use at exit ramps.

State Sen. Sean Bowie said he and the rest of the Legislative District 18 delegation – along with city Councilman Sal DiCiccio’s office and Club West Community Association President Mike Hinz – will meet with ADOT and Connect 202 officials on Oct. 15, to discuss the fencing.

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