“The court granted Timbervest’s title, or quieted their title, as [Woodall] put it, to that portion of the road, from McNichols Road back to Fire Tower (Road),” said Braboy. “So as of the expiration of the appeal period … on this opinion, that property will belong to Timbervest from McNichols Road back to Fire Tower Road. They own the property and the road.”
The 23-page ruling was issued on the morning of Friday, May 17, slightly less than a month after a daylong trial on the matter. Woodall’s Thursday, April 25, injunction – written a day after said trial – states that that decision will involve the “disputed area” of Fire Tower Road from Old Dover Road to the intersection of McNichols Road at the Harrell/Harrol Loop Road.
Years ago, Timbervest/River Oak bought property off of Ky. 164 in southern Trigg County and then blocked access years ago to several roads – including Donnie Lane, Fire Tower Road, Skinner Road, McCoy Hollow Road and McNichols Road – claiming they are privately owned. The suit in question was filed in 2009.
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