I can do to help in this matter please advise

September 21, 2011

Samantha Drew

81, North 54 Street,

Clewiston, Florida, 03247,

(328)-421 0569.



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Dear  Samantha Drew,

As I have failed to get any sort of useful acknowledgement from your York department, I have written to you as my last hope. I am the owner of land adjacent to a cliff near to the sea at Corfe. It appears that it has become a popular destination for rock climbers. The government has put up many signs warning that rock climbing is forbidden on the cliffs, due to the dangers of a rock fall. There is though no one who is making sure that the signs are obeyed.
The climbers are using my land as a base for the climbing activities, and more seriously are causing my land to fall into the sea. I have spoken to the climbers on a number of occasions, but it seems to do no good. My requests to the York department have brought no assistance either, despite promises of action. I have provided you with copies of my correspondence with them for your records. Also enclosed are photographs I have taken of the cliff and the rock falls that have occurred.
I would request that you look into this problem as a matter of urgency. I believe that the legal implications of the signs needs to be enforced, so that the cliffs and my land will remain intact. If there is anything further that I can do to help in this matter please advise.


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