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George Rice: Agrees with Mr. Henson on roadside maintenance

Cites Mike Hatcher's road frontage as an example of property owner doing maintenance voluntarily
Comments re article 82867 Bill Henson A solution to roadside spraying

By George Rice
Personal Commentary

Super great idea, Bill Henson to let each land owner maintain their own road frontage.



As mentioned by Bill just think how much it would save the county of labor, time, machinery , and chemicals to spray the undesirable Johnson grass.

That way, those who don't want the use of chemicals can use their own mowers to keep the roadway neat and clean.

They can also keep the garbage picked up.

As an example of how the road ways can look just look at Mike Hatcher's road frontage. - George Rice


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