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Reader Opinion: No trespassing

We've lived in the Brainerd lakes area for 35 years. The first 25 years we didn't even lock our house up when we were gone. We have always dealt with snowmobiles trespassing and running over our trees. We have dealt with deer hunters and people j...

We've lived in the Brainerd lakes area for 35 years. The first 25 years we didn't even lock our house up when we were gone.

We have always dealt with snowmobiles trespassing and running over our trees. We have dealt with deer hunters and people just exploring out "posted" property.

We have a small tree farm. The final straw is in broad daylight, stealing trees from our field. Christmas time I expect to lose a few trees (Merry Christmas) but now I'm at my limit.

If you see a sign that says "No Trespassing" it means "Stay Out." This is not your stuff.

I'm hoping this ends up in the paper but I'm not putting my address to invite more people to encroach on my space.

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Timothy Polipnick

Nisswa

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