Free Tesuque

To: Santa Fe County Government, New Mexico State Government, US Federal Government, US National Forest Service Around March of 2007 Mr. Paul Aguilar illegally and unlawfully blocked off the easement at the end of Griego Hill Road in Tesuque which leads into the Santa Fe National Forest. This easement has been used by generations to gain access to the forest by hikers, runners, equestrians, mountain bikers, and casual strollers alike. The forest belongs to the people, and the easement hat has been there for decades needs to be rightfully opened back up. We are only asking for a path a few feet wide to accommodate people, horses, and non-motorized vehicles from dawn to dusk. â

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    Mike Janicke, United States

    3 years ago Comments: Please return the easement to the community
    Please tell us how long you have been using the easement: It has never been available since I moved to Tesuque and Mr Aquilar is very threatening and has spiked the trails to injure dogs.
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    Laura F. Kasa, United States

    3 years ago Comments: Now there is someone in the neighborhood chaining the opening to Arroyo Griego at the end of the road and placing trees and debri in the arroyo to deter people from using it. I fell tripping over the chain that could barely be seen in the evening sun. Does someone own the Arroyo too? Is this private property that I am trespassing on? I see many people in the neighborhood (as well as myself) taking their dogs for hikes back there. What is the deal? I tried stopping by the BLM today to find out, but they have moved from Rodeo Road. I will try again tomorrow at their new offices.
    Please tell us how long you have been using the easement: Aprill 2007
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    Laura F. Kasa, United States

    3 years ago Comments: Now there is someone in the neighborhood chaining the opening to Arroyo Griego at the end of the road and placing trees and debri in the arroyo to deter people from using it. I fell tripping over the chain that could barely be seen in the evening sun. Does someone own the Arroyo too? Is this private property that I am trespassing on? I see many people in the neighborhood (as well as myself) taking their dogs for hikes back there. What is the deal? I tried stopping by the BLM today to find out, but they have moved from Rodeo Road. I will try again tomorrow at their new offices.
    Please tell us how long you have been using the easement: Aprill 2007
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