To the Editor: Unmowed vacant lots cause allergy woes PDF Print E-mail
Written by Marlene K. Johnson   
Wednesday, 16 September 2009 08:44
I've lived in Sequoia Heights four years and the vacant lots have never been mowed! I have allergies so bad I can't even go to my mailbox without being affected. The weeds are high and bad for allergies every year.
I have been to the walk-in clinic and doctor's office twice in two weeks to get shots!
The city tagged the lots and I wish you could see how they were mowed. Needless to say across from me was the worst job. Weeds still standing. Has anyone heard of Round Up spray?
Two people have stopped to look at these lots, but said, "we could never buy these because we can't see them."
Don't blame them, it's an eyesore to look at.
If I owned these lots in town the city would be breathing down my back till it was cut down. Maybe I should send my doctor's bills to the owners of these lots.
Marlene K. Johnson
Bowling Green

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