KAYSVILLE — A final decision on the West Davis Corridor is still at least a year away, but the state is already purchasing property along the proposed route.
Utah Department of Transportation will use corridor preservation funds to acquire two Kaysville properties in the path of the would-be highway.
Lyle McMillan, UDOT director of right of way, said the first property is at approximately 2900 W. Schick Lane in Kaysville and is currently owned by the families of Devan Robins and Alice Kay Winegar. The property, currently vacant, is 15.34 acres and has been appraised at $2.15 million.
The second property, owned by BAC Kaysville LLC, is at approximately 1100 West Schick Lane. The vacant land is 1.90 acres and has been appraised at $256,500.