Beachgoers walk along a narrow beach path, right, at the corner of Avocet Road and Dune Lane on Friday. The Forest Beach Property Owners Association has been in a years-long legal fight with Carolyn Austin, owner of the house at center, over the strip of land next to her house. The homeowners association says it owns the property, and the courts have agreed, requiring Austin to remove a gate, brick columns, planters and 20 feet of trees from the eastern end of the Avocet Road.
Beachgoers walk along a narrow beach path, right, at the corner of Avocet Road and Dune Lane on Friday. The Forest Beach Property Owners Association has been in a years-long legal fight with Carolyn Austin, owner of the house at center, over the strip of land next to her house. The homeowners association says it owns the property, and the courts have agreed, requiring Austin to remove a gate, brick columns, planters and 20 feet of trees from the eastern end of the Avocet Road. Staff photo
Beachgoers walk along a narrow beach path, right, at the corner of Avocet Road and Dune Lane on Friday. The Forest Beach Property Owners Association has been in a years-long legal fight with Carolyn Austin, owner of the house at center, over the strip of land next to her house. The homeowners association says it owns the property, and the courts have agreed, requiring Austin to remove a gate, brick columns, planters and 20 feet of trees from the eastern end of the Avocet Road. Staff photo

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