Though it is understood that the wildlife property that abuts this road and its cul de sacs are owned by companies. Does this however not allow foot pedestrians to not walk on the road and off of the property as the street is still a city road? There is a chained fence that permits unwanted vehicles from driving back there. Fair enough. No one likes dumping in anywhere in the city. But does this not interfere with a public right of way even by foot, abiding by the law and remaining on the city street and sidewalk? And if that be the case, the said owners of this land should also be responsible for maintaining those sidewalks that are very largely overgrown making them incapable of passing, along with the large trees that have fallen over the sidewalks as well.
My family and I were approached by an unrecognized and frankly very suspicious character claiming to work for the land owners while trying to say there is an "active bear" situation. Yet no fish and game anywhere to be found.?? This man proceeded to follow my children and I all the way down the road!!!
Meanwhile, we stepped never foot off the road onto this "property." Also, if this person was legitimate, shouldn't he be the one maintaining all the trash and debris left behind by the real criminals?
My family and I have had cops park outside the fence and simply smile and wave as we took our walk
A. To be threatened by someone who clearly was not in any WestMass, CEL, CPD, or Eversource vehicles is more worrisome