City reinstates gas leaf blower ban
#1 Feb 7, 2007
Its a law that does not work, because is low priority, they do not have the manpower, and it only satifice a few, a waist of time.
#2 Feb 7, 2007
The city quickly caved and will have someone to handle complaints.
Interestingto read the city link re the leaf blower ban:
A number of things stand out--first of all gas powered leaf blowers are only banned in residential areas--they can be used in non-residential areas at will.
ALos there is a ban on sunday use of all leaf blowers--this smacks of an endorsement of a certain religious group which observes sunday as their sabbath.
If Mossar finds leaf blowers "pretty offensive" then why not ban them completely--gas or electric.
This is another example of double talk from our elected officials trying to placate the vocal elements in our city.
#3 Sep 4, 2013
The only people it doesn't satisfy are the dirtbag leafblower operators who are too lazy and stupid to pick up a broom or a rake, and too stupid to know the difference between removing leaves from a lawn, and blowing dust all over every surface.
Leafblower operators and their supporters are some of the stupidest, most inconsiderate "people" one can ever meet.
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