Dozens of homeowners in Racine County are worried about losing their land to Foxconn. About 100 concerned residents showed up Wednesday night at the first of three informational meetings about the new high tech screen plant — and what it will mean to nearby residents. The village of Mount Pleasant expects to use its eminent domain powers to take home sites and smaller lots for the Foxconn project, and the law requires the village to pay fair market values. But one woman noted that large farms are getting four times their market values, and she wanted to know if homeowners would get the same deal as some landowners have gotten offers of up to 50-thousand dollars an acre. Village negotiator Peter Miesbauer couldn’t answer the woman — but he said both sides could have their own appraisals to try and seek final payments.