Property owners face off over Wah Keeney stagecoach road

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By Vicky Gits

When Roseanne and Mike Paslay built their retirement home in an idyllic setting next to a creek at the end of a dirt road in Wah Keeney Park, they expected to spend their days quietly enjoying nature and clean air.

Not so much.

In September 2006, a year after they moved in, a builder showed up with truckloads of sand, dumped it on the side of the road in front of their house and left it there. The developer says it was 200 cubic yards. The Paslays said it was 20 to 30 truckloads.

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