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2 thoughts on “Petitioners hope to mow plastic grass plans

  1. The proposal is a tax increase cloaked in environmental sheep’s clothing. A prohibition on “artificial turf” would be one thing but this is a business disincentive. This will be floated at the same time COBI/Parks want to float a $10,000,000 open-space bond and we face a variety of new taxes/rate increases.

    I for one do not support a tax increase for this preference vote of playing surfaces. Will it take 8 years to resolve this matter like it has taken for us to still not have a Waterfront Park public lav?

    Enough is enough on the taxes.

  2. The Battle Point soccer fields are a disgrace. As islanders, most of us pride ourselves on having great facilities for youth. Great schools, great pool, yet the kids here still play soccer in gravel.

    What a shame.

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