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Tue May 1, 2012
Michigan DNR wants to resolve encroachment conflicts on public land
The Department of Natural Resources has started a program to help people resolve issues of encroachment on public land.
MDNR officials say they want to work with people who are trespassing, by having either a permanent-structure or historical-encroachment.
They say they're writing to property owners with known encroachments on public land, telling them they're eligible to resolve their cases without penalty.
Applications will be accepted through December 31.