The Pulaski County Commissioners will soon meet in an executive session to meet and discuss a situation regarding a property boundary conflict in the town of Pulaski. Brittany Tetzloff approached the commissioners and explained that an alley near her property had been ripped out by her neighbor who believed the alley was on his property, and he wished to build a fence. However, Tetzloff explained, the alley was really a 40-foot road that was originally built to accommodate the school, and by removing it, the other landowner has limited her ability to access her garage.
A number of discrepancies in the maps regarding the area have led to a dispute between the property owners, and now the question is up to the commissioners as to whether or not they want to get involved in what is possibly a private issue between landowners. County Attorney Kevin Tankersley explained that the landowner had gotten a surveyor’s opinion on where his property boundaries are, but it’s possible that there was some confusion. The commissioners, he said, would have to dispute it legally.
Commissioner Tracey Shorter said she did not want to get involved in a legal dispute between two landowners, and commissioner Larry Brady made a motion to hold an executive session to meet with the parties and discuss the situation in the hopes of avoiding litigation. The motion was approved.