[kag] Re: No Trespassing

  • From: Hoover <mlehotay@xxxxxxx>
  • To: kag@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Thu, 25 Nov 2004 04:24:00 -0500 (EST)

I did some looking around at the Leeds & Thousand Islands Township website
and found a couple of maps, but they didn't show anything very
interesting. I was hoping to find something that lists who owns individual
parcels of lands.

I don't remember seeing any fences when I was there, but that was a long
time ago, and I probably would have forgotten anyway. I guess what you
should do depends where the "no trespassing" has been placed. Is it on a
tree right in front of the road? Or does it look more like it is there to
prevent people from wandering onto the on-ramp?


On Tue, 23 Nov 2004, Helen Baker wrote:

> Visited my "Welcome To Canada" cache yesterday and noticed someone had
> placed a No Trespassing sign. The cache is located before the fence, you
> do not need to enter the fenced area to retrieve the cache.  As far as I
> can tell all the land in the area is government with On/Off Ramps, Parks
> and Info Centre.
> Why would this one little chunk be private is beyond me.
> What do you think? leave the cache where it is or move it.  The staff
> at the Info Centre said to just leave it, they were surprised to hear it
> was posted.
> Geogranny

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