RAMAPO, N.Y. -- The town of is negotiating a potential settlement in a dispute over an illegal shortcut built on town-owned property in a rapidly growing subdivision in an unincorporated area of Ramapo, according to a story on lohud.com.
According to Town Attorney Michael Klein, a deal is likely to be made very soon, lohud.com said.
Neighbors of the illuminated walkway — which connects driveways of 1 Neva Court and 9 Quince Lane over a piece of land-locked, town-owned woods — say they became aware of the 300-foot paved shortcut about one and a half years ago after strangers started appearing in their quiet residential streets, looking for the path. They urged town officials to take action against the illegal tree cutting and the walkway's construction, lohud.com said.
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