|To the Editor: 'Prairie restoration' called an eyesore|
|Written by Dave Hoehner|
|Wednesday, 19 August 2009 08:28|
In driving by the Simpson Garden Park I can't help but notice what I believe has become an eyesore called Prairie Restoration located humorously in the Great Black Swamp. Even prairies have animals that maintain their growth but this has become a patch of tall weeds that's spreading seeds to everyone's yards. If anyone's yard looked like this the city would be mowing it and fining the property's owners. It's time to mow the weeds and create an attractive park for everyone to enjoy.
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