GALVESTON

A narrow, sandy road that runs along a bollard line on the far east side of Stewart Beach became a point of contention recently when one resident took action against what he said was government encroachment on his private land.

Keri Heath: 409-683-5241; keri.heath@galvnews.com or on Twitter @HeathKeri.

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T.W. Day

I can understand the concerns of the property owners, BUT, they knew the laws about public access to beaches in Texas when they purchased their properties. If it wasn't clear they should have made sure they asked the selling agent about the laws and restrictions set forth in the laws that apply to beach access. Pretty simple actually.

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