Public input sought to change grass and weed bylaw to allow naturalization
Chatham-Kent sets up online survey to gather information
March 10, 2021 By Stratford Beacon Herald
The Ontario Municipality of Chatham-Kent has launched an online survey to seek public input toward changing a grass and weed bylaw. The input is being sought for changes that would permit the naturalization of private lawns and yards. The existing bylaw prohibits grass and weeds that have overgrown beyond set standards.
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