Letters: The last on Flea Beach

Flea Beach issue has run out its course, no new information

The saga of the Flea Beach trees.

The Sheringham Lighthouse Preservation Society had nothing to do with the removal of trees maliciously damaged within the last two years on a property adjacent to Flea Beach.

The Ministry of Transportation, the Lighthouse Society and neighbors were contacted recently by me to inform them that a certified arborist would be checking and removing damaged trees on the adjacent property owner’s own land.

A number of trees maliciously damaged on Flea Beach, before the Lighthouse Society obtained a lease from MOT, are a problem for the adjacent property owner. Last winter a tree, which had been cut one-quarter of the way through and ringed, did come down on their house, causing their insurance company to install a security camera on the side of the house,

Ray Cray

Shirley

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