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Re: O.T. landowner/power lines/Atv's/fences

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fergienewbee

04-03-2013 15:00:11
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This is a topic close to my heart. I, too, have trouble with quads and snowmobiles. The energy company owns the strip that crosses our land. More correctly, our two parcels--it once was a single 80--butt up to the power line. I leased the section that abuts our land. It gives me a little more clout, but I need Consumers to give me the authority to press charges. I usually run the riders off and call the sheriff. The kids are locals. What's frustrating is that they won't ride just on the two-track/field roads. They drove over my wheat this winter.

Maybe I'm a pr*ck for running kids off, but they don't belong there. Parents should think about where they are going to ride before buying ATVs.

Larry

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04-03-2013 16:32:02
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 Re: O.T. landowner/power lines/Atv's/fences in reply to fergienewbee, 04-03-2013 15:00:11  
Theres that side of it, landowner is the bad guy and all that. They have taken yield from farmers here for years, some are real jerks and make new paths in crops, and it might seem trivial to the riders, but don't you just hate seeing the tracks in what would otherwise be an undisturbed field of crops that you would not have to subtract losses from directly attributed to atv trespass.

I am not against riding and enjoying the fun of running the trails. The problem here is that it multiplies quickly.

I can't leave a tractor out there or any equipment out there, was never like that before. They stole a nice stand.

Kids and adults, most people do not want atv's on their land, you don't know who they are, what they are capable of doing, or if they are honestly passing through. My concern is also of security, thefts are prevalent around here, they could use the power line right of way to get in and out after robbing any one of the numerous homes nearby, growing theft is a reality and the power lines are an easy conduit, very hard to pursue unless in the air or on an atv.

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