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October 31, 2023


Paloma Ave.

Here we go again. democRATS banning items that are legal to own, because they know better than anyone else.

Barking Dog

Isn't Cuernavaca getting turfed in 2024?

Microplastics R Us

Probably. The Council really care about the environment, you know.


This is not a democrat versus republican issue--just follow the money.

Synthetic turf is full of toxics that pollute our waterways, destroy our soil and it's capacity to retain water, harm children's and adults health and become heat islands- on a 90 degree day, synthetic turf can be over 170 degrees.

Covering our community in plastic is plain idiotic and misguided. Time to start appreciating nature before it's too late. Get educated on this issue, and you too will want to support natural grass fields and parks.

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