top of page

Court: Easton Point hikers are trespassing in Tiburon Ridge trails dispute


Hikers on the privately owned 110-acre Easton Point property atop the southern Tiburon Ridge are trespassing, according to Marin County Superior Court Judge Roy O. Chernus, who ruled in favor of the property owner Nov. 29 in a lawsuit filed by a local citizens group that sought legal recognition of an asserted right to use the trails. Chernus has given the citizens group — Tiburon-Belvedere Residents United to Support the Trails, or Trust — and the owner of the undeveloped land, the Martha Co., 60 days to submit comments.

Read the complete story in this week's Ark. SUBSCRIBE NOW!


38 views
Recent stories

Support The Ark’s commitment to high-impact community journalism.

The Ark, twice named the nation's best small community weekly, is dedicated to delivering investigative, accountability journalism with a mission to increase civic engagement and participation by providing the knowledge that can help sculpt the community and change lives. Your support makes this possible.

In addition to subscribing to The Ark for weekly home delivery, please consider making a contribution to support independent local journalism. For more information, contact Publisher & Advertising Director Henriette Corn at hcorn@thearknewspaper.com or 415-435-1190.​

bottom of page