It depends on where the signs are placed. The Public Reports from the Dept of Real Estate (given to all North home owners and most subdivisions in the south) specifically give residents the right to cross PTF development land to access the rivers and lakes. Those rights can't be taken back in a bait and switch effort, after the fact. So, if there's blocked access, there's a huge legal problem. If not, so be it.
No burning signs should have been placed on the land all along. It's h orrible that anyone would start a bonfire. Just an accident waiting to happen.
Candy Chand 955 2027