Richard Lambert dropped by the St. Bernard Municipal Building Feb. 10 and studied the huge exhibit boards displaying aerial photos of an eight-mile stretch of I-75 reaching from the Western Hills Viaduct in the south to the Paddock Road interchange to the north. His home will be a casualty of the interstate project to widen and improve safety and ease congestion along this stretch of I-75. "I'm not upset, that's just how it is," said Lambert, who said his was one of about eight homes in his neighborhood that will be demolished in about a year. "I hate to give up my home, but it's for the best. They need to fix that mess. That intersection is a nightmare."