Mathews County supervisors were bombarded with complaints during Tuesday’s regular board meeting, as a string of residents, in a coordinated effort, used public comment period to share present and past grievances, some of which have been lingering for years.
Mark Eubank of Gwynn’s Island, who was ordered to remove some of the structures on his Tin Can Alley cottage by Mathews Circuit Court last year after a long, drawn-out lawsuit involving zoning violations, told the story of the genesis of the lawsuit and claimed that there had been no due process or communication from the county when surveyors placed survey stakes around his property in 2014.
“They tried to steal my property,” he said. “This needs to come to an end.”
Eubank said his was “not the only story of wrongdoing.”
“We are organized, are sharing our circumstances, and you’ll continue to hear from us,” he said.
A related lawsuit that Eubank and his wife, Ca...
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