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Andrew Rule wrote:... or private. And, plots and forests are many times obvious that no one cares what is going on. Or, that if there is improvement it would be appreciated, but no one has the time or inclination to improve things.
Clearing, chipping even minor burning?
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As far as clearing, chipping, or minor burning? At best, you're trespassing, and if you do anything of those things, it's called destruction of property. I would sue someone's ass off if they did any of those things on my land.
Some places need to be wild
yet another victim of Obsessive Weeding Disorder
Nothing ruins a neighborhood like paved roads and water lines.
Nails are sold by the pound, that makes sense.
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