Plainfield, landowner, and hikers clash over trail access on conservation easement
PLAINFIELD - A homeowner who bought a wooded parcel of land in 2010 is now objecting to the presence of a popular hiking trail on her property, despite a conservation easement that guarantees public access to most of her 104 acres. Property owner Jennifer Lesser says the Secret Trail, part of a network of trails behind Plainfield Elementary School that leads to French’s Ledges, has proven to be a nuisance that infringes on her family’s privacy.
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