'Tree huggers' prompt no trespassing signs at Woodmont Commons in Londonderry
On Tuesday afternoon, a series of bright-yellow "No Trespassing" signs appeared along the perimeter of the former orchard site.
Calls made to Ari Pollack, attorney for developers Pillsbury Realty Development, LLC, weren't returned on Tuesday and Wednesday.
The rally will begin at 2 p.m. at the intersection of Pillsbury and Gilcreast roads, near the existing Woodmont Orchards sign.
"My father always told me if you care about something, you've got to do something about it," she said. "This isn't just about wanting a public park, this is really about preserving Londonderry's agricultural heritage."
With the sign posing a concern for event organizers, Tetreau said the rally would most likely take place on the public sidewalk rather than inside the orchard as originally planned.
At the urging of her attorney, Allan Hoffman, Londonderry police were made aware of the event and an officer will be present to ensure peaceful proceedings on Sunday, Tetreau said.
Falvey said this week the posted signs didn't discourage him, noting that "waving a red flag in front of a bull probably isn't the best public relations strategy."
"Let's show this developer a bit of local color," he added.
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