Last South Mountain Freeway fight still raging in court

By Paul Maryniak | Ahwatukee Foothills News

Construction of the South Mountain Freeway may finally end Friday, but an Ahwatukee man’s fight with the agency that built it shows no end in sight.

The Arizona Department of Transportation on Monday said it still hopes to open on Friday, Oct. 30, the 32nd Street interchange and the multiuse path – the final two pieces that have remained under construction since the 22-mile freeway was opened in December.

But whether the interchange and multiuse path are opened after two postponements in the last two months won’t stop Foothills Reserve homeowner Dietmar Hanke from waging the last legal challenge in connection with the freeway.


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