[permaculture] Boulder man faces $2000 fine/day for guerilla gardenfencing - it will b an interesting outcome consideringBoulder's liberal (but pretty!)

mangodance bmn at iglou.com
Sat Jul 12 11:33:47 EDT 2008

> http://www.boingboing.net/2008/07/10/boulder-man-faces-20.html

I love the comments below...things like:

"Scott should go Charlton Heston: You can have my tomato cages when you 
pry them out of my cold dead hands."

Though I do see a potential city lawsuit, I do think the complainer was 
cowardly.  Whatever happened to just talking to people.

On the other hand, I've always felt government was confused in these 
areas.  How can an unshoveled walk or unmowed sidewalk strip be the 
property owner's responsibility and something like this be the city's?

How can cities plant trash trees like Bradford Pears (and various 
relatives) which result in crown and branch drop and require owners to 
clean it up, while actually attempting to enforce "do not plant" lists 
of certain trees?  Many trees on "do not plant" lists are actually 
natives...but they produce fruit.  It is the fruit the city doesn't want 
to clean up...yet if there was cleanup involved it would be up to the 
homeowner.. GACK!  ...makes my head hurt.

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