Gated community withdraws suit over WOW Trail plans (NH)

Homeowners in the South Down development on Paugus Bay have voluntarily withdrawn their lawsuit against the state Department of Transportation but are prepared to refile it if plans for a public recreational trail along the shorefront advance.  Residents of South Down and Long Bay, private, gated communities of more than 600 homes, sued to halt the extension of the trail in the state-owned railroad right-of-way that rims Paugus Bay and their property.  Homeowners fear they’ll lose privacy if Phase III of the Winnisquam, Opechee, Winnipesaukee (WOW) Trail is extended across the shorefront.     Read the article…………….


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