50' utility and drainage easement
I live in a small restricted subdivision (around 10 houses) that has a culdesack at the end of it. I own one of the lot's at the corner of the culdesack. It's a nice peaceful neighborhood. As the road ends at the culdesack, there is a 50' wide U & D easement that extends into a 40 acre hay field. The owner of the field wants to develop the 40 acres. Does the owner of the field have the right to put in a curbed road, which to my knowledge requires a 60' wide "right of way"? Is there anyway it can be stopped? There is a gravel road there now which allows the tractors in to cut the hay, which is great! But I'm frustrated by the fact that construction traffic through there will probably increase 300% or more through a subdivision that is already established. There is really no ties between this new "subdivision" and the one I'm in. Thanks for any advice.
Is there a difference between a right of way and easement?