Zac Brown, country star, loses easement dispute at planning commission

The Mary Trail faction has won a round in the fight a controversial easement that cuts through land owned by a celebrity just outside the Homer city limits. The Kenai Borough Planning Commission on Monday night voted 5-4 against the vacation of the easement.

The vote is advisory; the Department of Natural Resources will make the final decision.

Grammy-award winning country singer Zac Brown, trying to keep people off of the land he owns overlooking Homer, was the first to testify about his request to end the public access easement across his land. In an untucked plaid shirt and jeans, and with more at

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