Judge: Homeowners Cannot Block Town Neck Beach Access (MA)

In granting the homeowners’ request for a temporary injunction against fencing and “no trespassing” signs barring their path to the sea, Judge Robert B. Foster ruled that an old right of way is still valid.  The decision, which was released Tuesday, December 6, strikes down the counterclaim of a condominium association whose members own beachfront property abutting the path. They argued that because Town Neck Beach has drastically eroded over the years, the public beach no longer exists and therefore the right of way has also vanished.  But Judge Foster disagreed.    Read the article………….


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