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Coxsackie Grasslands - Access issues

Richard Guthrie
 

We, the birding community and the general public, are entitled to unfettered access to the Coxsackie Creek Grasslands Preserve which is at the cul-de-sac end of Houghtaling Road in New Baltimore/Coxsackie, The Greene County. .

I was told by a security guard that I was on private property and had to leave.

Of course, he was wrong.

We are going to pursue this to clear up this bit of misinformation.

My question is: While attempting to visit the preserve have you ever been approached by security and told to leave? .

I think it was a one time incident by a temp. guard (it was 4th of July holiday afterall).

I just want to see if any others had run into this problem.

Rest assured, you may visit the preserve anytime,

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Richard Guthrie
Board Member - The Greene Land Trust


David.harrison57@...
 

I've never had any issues with access there, though my visits have been infrequent 

David


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On 7/5/19, 7:41 AM, Richard Guthrie <richardpguthrie@...> wrote:


We, the birding community and the general public, are entitled to unfettered access to the Coxsackie Creek Grasslands Preserve which is at the cul-de-sac end of Houghtaling Road in New Baltimore/Coxsackie, The Greene County. .


I was told by a security guard that I was on private property and had to leave.


Of course, he was wrong.


We are going to pursue this to clear up this bit of misinformation. 


My question is: While attempting to visit the preserve have you ever been approached by security and told to leave? .


I think it was a one time incident by a temp. guard (it was 4th of July holiday afterall).


I just want to see if any others had run into this problem.


Rest assured, you may visit the preserve anytime, 


  -- 

Richard Guthrie

Board Member - The Greene Land Trust



zach schwartz-weinstein
 

No, though I have usually accessed the preserve from the trail behind the bank.  The only people I run into there are DEC folks, dog walkers, and Rich Guthrie.

On Fri, Jul 5, 2019 at 8:07 AM <David.harrison57@...> wrote:

I've never had any issues with access there, though my visits have been infrequent 

David


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On 7/5/19, 7:41 AM, Richard Guthrie <richardpguthrie@...> wrote:


We, the birding community and the general public, are entitled to unfettered access to the Coxsackie Creek Grasslands Preserve which is at the cul-de-sac end of Houghtaling Road in New Baltimore/Coxsackie, The Greene County. .


I was told by a security guard that I was on private property and had to leave.


Of course, he was wrong.


We are going to pursue this to clear up this bit of misinformation. 


My question is: While attempting to visit the preserve have you ever been approached by security and told to leave? .


I think it was a one time incident by a temp. guard (it was 4th of July holiday afterall).


I just want to see if any others had run into this problem.


Rest assured, you may visit the preserve anytime, 


  -- 

Richard Guthrie

Board Member - The Greene Land Trust



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Zach Schwartz-Weinstein
203 500 7774

kernscot
 

I haven't been there in the past year, but have visited there numerous times with no problems from anyone.

Nancy Kern




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Subject: Re: [hmbirds] Coxsackie Grasslands - Access issues
 
No, though I have usually accessed the preserve from the trail behind the bank.  The only people I run into there are DEC folks, dog walkers, and Rich Guthrie.

On Fri, Jul 5, 2019 at 8:07 AM <David.harrison57@...> wrote:

I've never had any issues with access there, though my visits have been infrequent 

David


Sent from EarthLink Mobile mail


On 7/5/19, 7:41 AM, Richard Guthrie <richardpguthrie@...> wrote:


We, the birding community and the general public, are entitled to unfettered access to the Coxsackie Creek Grasslands Preserve which is at the cul-de-sac end of Houghtaling Road in New Baltimore/Coxsackie, The Greene County. .


I was told by a security guard that I was on private property and had to leave.


Of course, he was wrong.


We are going to pursue this to clear up this bit of misinformation. 


My question is: While attempting to visit the preserve have you ever been approached by security and told to leave? .


I think it was a one time incident by a temp. guard (it was 4th of July holiday afterall).


I just want to see if any others had run into this problem.


Rest assured, you may visit the preserve anytime, 


  -- 

Richard Guthrie

Board Member - The Greene Land Trust



--
Zach Schwartz-Weinstein
203 500 7774