She declined to respond to questions about her involvement with Little York Road or the Pugsley family.Arthur Pugsley has also declined, through his wife, to comment.An email the same day to RCMP noted: "This issue at [Little York Road] will become a bit unruly as it moves forward." A subsequent email informed department management the grading was completed without incident. Well deserved." In the fall of 2014, the Transportation Department agreed to let Pugsley plow the road that winter for free as per his own request, according to the documents.
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The effort is all because of one man, Arthur Pugsley, and his long-standing claim that the laneway is his — a battle with the Department of Transportation that is detailed in nearly 1,000 pages of documents obtained by CBC through freedom of information legislation.
While the province has long maintained the road is public property, it's also watched as Pugsley has blocked access, forcing one of his neighbours to abandon his home because he was concerned emergency vehicles wouldn't be able to get through.
The documents obtained by CBC show he provided the Transportation Department with surveys that he felt supported his ownership of the road. The email trail begins in May 2012 when Casey, then an Opposition MLA, wrote a letter to the transportation minister asking for a meeting to discuss the ongoing dispute, adding "there is substantial evidence to support [redacted]'s claim." Names have been removed from many of the documents obtained by CBC — but between a number of unredacted documents and the context of the redacted documents, it's clear that Casey is referring to Arthur Pugsley.
In response, the department told Casey the matter was before the courts so it would not be appropriate to meet.
The department advised Pugsley in November 2013 it was planning to grade the road.
An email said he was "not happy" and threatened to call the RCMP "and do something to stop us" if the province trespassed.
If [redacted] obstructs access to road we would have to call RCMP." Even Premier Stephen Mc Neil got involved, writing in January 2014 to the mayor of Colchester County, who was also advocating for Pugsley.
"I have recently spoken with minister Casey who informs me that she is continuing to work on behalf of the Pugsleys," Mc Neil wrote.
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