Not really; it shows a road/trail running along the edge of the preserve. It would be helpful if the easement data or map were available. There used to be a sign, with map, nailed to one of the tree's that had more info on it. Last time I was there I walked the trail, had no issues with any home owners. Not sure why there appears to be one now.Your post 28 in this thread showed a map that Plumsted owns it.
Not saying anything other than it appears to be a separate, distinct parcel for zoning purposes, and asking who owns it. No owner info I could find for what appears to be the street address, 27 cranberry canners rd, other than that it is the same address as the home on Google maps, but Google isn't the best of references.So, what you are saying is that the easement does not belong to the township because on their map they are showing a closed lot, with one of its bounds at the end of the easement?
TC, will they be checking on that thin sliver of property that is believed to be an access easement/ROW, or the preserve itself? From the posts, I thought it was just the sliver along the border of 27 Cranberry Canners Rd that was in question.
Thanks for checking. So the ZO says the 'access road' property belongs to the house adjacent to it. At some point they must have had a Wetlands Easement, hence the signs. Perhaps the property owners had problems with folks using it and changed their minds or the property changed owners. Just have to find another access point. However, they cannot keep folks from using the preserve, unless they are the owners of it; the term area can mean anything.So She got back to me and said the zoning officer contacted the owner of the property who in turn said he did not want anyone in the area. No fishing, hiking, no nothing. Hope I did not bring attention to the area by calling Plumstead if anyone had designs of going there. Sorry.