Patch of Bamboo Creates New Legal Thicket for Connecticut City – The New York Times


A thicket of bamboo growing outside a home in New London, Conn., has led to city officials criminally charging the homeowner, Carlos Carrion, under the city’s blight ordinance. CreditJessica Hill for The New York Times
 Life itself is diverse. We need more of both, particularly in cities. Tax payers need town council members and legislative committees to broaden and deepen their knowledge of ecology for less costly, more communal, and user-friendlier living spaces. Reading Jane Jacobs would be an excellent start. Two recent occurrences in the town of Bloomfield, CT are one of many mistakes that ought to have been prevented: a massive new apartment building has literally destroyed an old, lovely neighborhood and Niagra Bottling was allowed in town to bottle water from the Metropolitan District Commission supply underwritten by taxpayers, i.e., privatization.    – word pond
    • dmf
    • December 29th, 2017

    is there any ‘invasive’ species not intimately connected to our various doings and undoings?

    • we are the invasive species . . . .

        • dmf
        • December 31st, 2017

        indeed, and the delivery-system for others

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