Couple's bee-friendly boulevard not city-friendly
Stephanie Wilson and Michael Sudnick show off their flower garden, which is full of natural plants to attract bees and wildlife to their Forest Heights front lawn and boulevard.
Aug. 13, 2018 – A Kitchener, Ont. couple who have invested thousands of dollars on natural plants to attract bees and other wildlife to their front yard boulevard have become embroiled in a battle with the municipality. The city wants the couple to cut down the plants' height to comply with a local bylaw, but that could mean denying the bees the flowers they need.
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