Wimauma property dispute update

WIMAUMA, Fla. (WFLA) – The dispute isn’t over yet, but a farmer can finally feed his cows and a retired firefighter can finally drive home after a legal deal was blocked at last. is temporarily resolved.

The unusual dispute over the property was uncovered by Better Call Behnken, and Hillsborough County Law Enforcement later cited Goodson Farms’ Ricky Goodson for stopping the ease and guiding him to move the goods. fence. Goodson has moved devices that keep his neighbors off their land, but rule enforcement documents show Goodson insists he is right and that the property is private and he plans to fence. it goes.

For now, however, Scott Nessmith says he’s glad he can finally get hay for his cows.

“My cows suffered and it was wrong,” he said.

Goodson is scheduled to appear before a rule enforcement hearing on Friday, where he could face fines for blocking the mitigation.

When the frozen property owners first called the Hillsborough County government and the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office, they said they had been told it was a civil matter. So they switched to Better Call Behnken. Investigator Shannon Behnken obtained copies of legal easement deed first established in the 1960s and included in all three 2017 deed of property owners. movables.

Behnken sent the proofs to county officials, and 48 hours later, crypto officials cited the owners of Goodson Farms – Ricky Goodson and his brother Michael Goodson – for obstructing an easy way to get on the right track. . Violation was directed: “Remove barriers including tractor parts/obstacles from the median that are preventing vehicle or pedestrian traffic. This section prohibits land locking the parcels/addresses/folios listed in this description”.

Under the code execution violation, Goodson could face “fines of up to $1,000 per day for each new violation and up to $5,000 per day for a repeat violation, for each day the violation exists. “.

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