Homeowner denying other neighbors access to a paper street claiming it's their property
A. Blocked paper street that runs between Dudley & Fitch Hill
A. There's a paper street that runs between Dudley & Fitch Hill that is maintained by several of the abutting property owners. One single neighbor has recently constructed a fire pit and seating area on the paper street and subsequently taped off access from either side preventing other neighbors from using the street. They are claiming this portion of the shared road is their property, and that by walking on the street which passes their home, we're considered to be trespassing. It's important to note that the road is used by other neighbors for it's intended purpose; it is a right of way [easement] to several properties, so cars and people pass through regularly.