frontager

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frontager

(ˈfrʌntɪdʒə)
n
an owner of property or land which immediately faces a beach or street
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Created by Oldways' Cheese of Choice Coalition and in association with the prestigious Guilde Internationale des Frontagers, Raw-Milk Cheese Appreciation Day offers cheese enthusiasts a chance to participate in events celebrating the distinctiveness and cultural heritage of raw-milk cheese, say organizers.
This led a Dr Maurice G Evans to write a letter to the paper complaining, 'Ours being a free country, I suppose Mr Andrews has a right to run any number of unnecessary buses he pleases, to the annoyance of frontagers and to the detriment of the Tramway Company.
Before that happens, however, it may, in the case of existing roads, look to the frontagers to pay the costs of putting it into order.