'Alaskan Bush People' reportedly in trouble for accessing their property
After spending a large amount of money on their new property, the Browns are having problems to access it in a comfortable fashion.
Alaskan Bush People star Billy Brown spend $415,000 cash on four parcels of land of roughly 435 acres in Okanogan County, Washington.
According to Radar Online, the family recently got physically stuck while they were trying to gain access to those parcels.
According to minutes from an Okanogan County Board of Commissioners meeting held last month, the county’s engineer reported that the Browns got stuck in the mud trying to access their new property.
'The ‘Alaskan Bush People’ are getting stuck there. A permit was issued to them by Public Works for placing gravel in the soft areas,' the minutes state.
The official stated that the county where the Browns purchased their new land is close to an unpaved road, branded as a 'primitive road,' from the authorities.
This 'very rural' county, where the reality stars will try to settle, is the size of Connecticut but has only 42,000 residents, according to the official.
"If a road has less than 100 vehicle trips her day, we designate it primitive, meaning it doesn’t get a lot of maintenance," said the county official.
He also said that this would mean that the Browns will keep having troubles while getting up the hill where their property lies until the road gets fixed.
The official said the area has dealt with “a lot of issues with rain” recently so the Browns hired a contractor to throw gravel down.
According to a county tax insider, there are no current houses built on any of the vast land purchases bought by Billy Brown.