No Trespassing sign posted at waterfront Longborough Park upsets downtown Charleston residents (SC)

The Longborough Park has a small dock often used by upper peninsula residents who don’t live in the private, upscale neighborhood. But the Longborough Owners Association made it clear this week that outsiders aren’t welcome with a new sign that reads: “Private Property; Homeowners Only, No Trespassing.”  Many Wagener Terrace residents are questioning whether the sign is legitimate because the city of Charleston appeared to have won the last round of the long-running ownership dispute between the city and the homeowners association.     Read the article……………

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