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Old 06-23-2020, 09:41 AM   #13
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This same thing happened on Newfound Lake—my aunt was told they owned the land across the street and then, after 30 years, the town/state said they didn't and made it a public beach.

I remember the change in two summers as a kid—one summer, it was peaceful and serene; the next, it was chaos.

Good luck in your fight—network well to get people on your side early.

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