Campers Sue Past and Present Westward Shores Owners and the Town of Ossipee

Campers Sue Past and Present Westward Shores Owners and the Town of Ossipee

A long-simmering dispute over zoning enforcement and sales practices at Westward Shores has come to a head with a lawsuit filed in State Superior Court by more than 70 campers against the Town of Ossipee and the current and previous owners of the big lake business. The group has asked the court to ‘grandfather’ their camping units for zoning purposes, and is seeking monetary damages from current campground owner Northgate Ossipee, and two previous owners, Anthony Aversa and Joan Brassil.

Flooding Will Always Be Possible for Ossipee Lake. Here’s Why.

Flooding Will Always Be Possible for Ossipee Lake. Here’s Why.

Major Work planned for the Ossipee River Dam next year will likely alleviate flooding to some extent. But because of the geography of the lake, Mother Nature will remain a wild card. This is the last of the articles in our series leading up to the state’s public presentation of its plan to replace the dam next year. The meeting is this Saturday, August 25, at 10 a.m. in Freedom Town Hall.