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LETTER: 'Hostile' waterfront owners wreaking havoc in Tiny Township

'I have had personal experience with belligerent, threatening and physically abusive waterfront owners,' writer says. 'The police have been involved three times'
2020-09-17 ap
Enjoying Tiny Township's beaches seems to have become a thing of the past for some local residents . Andrew Philips/MidlandToday

Midland Today welcomes letters to the editor. They can be sent to andrew@midlandtoday.ca. Please include your daytime phone number and address (for verification of authorship, not publication).

This letter is in response to last week's column entitled: Tiny Township chooses beaches over good neighbourly relations

Dear Editor,

I sympathize with the plight of the non Tiny residents in finding parking, however, living in Tiny doesn’t make you any more welcomed.

Walking the beach is a big no-no in Tiny.

Some beachfront owners respect the right to pass by their properties if walking at the high water mark. Others are absolutely hostile.

I have had personal experience with belligerent, threatening and physically abusive waterfront owners. The police have been involved three times.

Funny thing.....the one property owner in particular inherited his waterfront home. Without the windfall, he wouldn’t be so possessive about the sand in front of his home.

You can’t buy class.

Deb English

Tiny Township