I must admit that the front road of the park is cleaner. Someone has been busy picking up like they promised. It still needs some work, but looking better. Thank you Hampton.
The lumber was cut from the tree, it was used by the Scouts. There is no base there, just some shavings from the board cutter. The information you are getting is not correct.
I do not want to take work from the employees, If I do their work, then they would have noting to do. They could get sent home without pay and this would put a further burden on the fragile economy. By letting them pick up the butts, I am doing my part to keep us moving forward.
The system works indeed! I noticed today that these have been cut back. Thank you my park friend, you kept your word, and saved me some backpain. (grabber works wonders on those gumballs we were talking about) This can be closed if the poster wants it to be.
A worker I spoke with today assured me that he would look into this. He showed me some real fancy motorized clippers that he said would make quick work of this kind of hazard. After speaking with him, I feel confident the problem will be taken care of. This website works!
What a nice day today ! The weather this afternoon was plesant, my walk was very relaxing, and a very nice young man at my favorite park gave me a brand new extra long can grabber. Thank you again for your gift. (and I won't mention your name but I know you will read this!) I used it this evening to pick up gumballs that fall onto my rockgarden from the property next to mine. The butts and poo are still there in what I can only assume is their permanant home, but at least my walk was productive. Young man, you have saved me alot time on my sore hands and knees picking up those hateful gumballs.
Now if this young fellow could only get his workers to pick up those butts, One thing at a time I suppose.