Zac Brown Fails To Remove Public Access To Alaska Home
Zac Brown has failed in his attempt to keep strangers off his property in Alaska.
The musician had sought to remove a public walkway that allows access to his land on the Kenai Peninsula south of Anchorage.
"I’m not interested in the public coming up to my home, people snooping, walking up to my windows,” Brown told the Kenai Peninsula Borough Planning Commission, according to KSRM Radio Group.
The commission voted 5-4 to deny Brown’s request. He can appeal the decision to the state.
The singer has a log home at the end of a secluded road above the town of Homer and owns several adjacent lots. Currently there is about 442 metres of public walkways next to Brown’s home.