Unless NID employee, stay off of our property | TheUnion.com

Unless NID employee, stay off of our property

On Christmas Day, three young teens on what appeared to be nice Xmas dirt bikes roared down our driveway and onto our property (the property that we own, but NID, and NID only, has a right to access to maintain the canals), and with the loud sound less than 50 feet from our living room window interrupted a quiet Christmas Day.

A few hours later, after telling the teens this was private property, their mother drove to our front door, insisted that she asked NID and was told her boys could ride anywhere along the canals (on the berms). This is not true, and Ben Berretta at NID confirmed that our property title had not changed. Please ride, walk, bike or sightsee on your own property! Merry HO HO to us!

K. Roth

Grass Valley

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