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The case has also caught the attention of Nova Scotia's ombudsman, who has launched an investigation, although it's not clear when a report will be complete or if it will be made public.
Little York Road landowner Arthur Pugsley is pictured with Colchester North MLA Karen Casey in a photo published in the Shoreline Journal in November 2013.
"There is substantial information and expenditures dating back a hundred years supporting this as a public highway," said an internal 2013 Transportation Department report.
CBC News obtained the documents through a freedom of information request.The issue has become such a headache that bureaucrats at one point called it "nightmare Little York Road" in emails.One Transportation Department director, following a 45-minute meeting with Pugsley, lamented: "I need a pay raise or a stiff drink" followed by a winking emoji.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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(Yvonne Colbert/CBC) White subsequently wrote to the department to say he was surprised she didn't raise other concerns, including the blocked road.