City Bans Fake Grass
November 18, 2011 by staff
City Bans Fake Grass, City leaders in Glendale, California, have approved a ban on artificial grass and have begun issuing warning tickets to violators.
Code enforcement officers have issued six warning notices to residents who refuse to remove their artificial lawns which were banned by the city three months ago, reports the Glendale News-Press.
Mayor Laura Friedman cited “potential health hazards presented by high levels of lead in artificial turf in opposing changes to city codes that would allow property owners to install the faux grass in front yards.”
The city council voted in August to continue the ban on artificial grass in front yards of homes throughout the city. “When asked why the fake grass would continue to be allowed in backyards, officials had no answer,” according to CBS Los Angeles.
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