People’s health more important
I must respond to the article in The Guardian, entitled, “Stop ‘this foolish practice.’ ”
OK, am I wrong to say that cosmetic pesticides are banned within city limits until companies who spray lawns deplete their supply?
I don’t agree with Coun. Doiron on pesticides, but understand the water issue. But aren’t we allowing cruise ships to pay a nominal fee to fill up their water tanks even when we have water issues in Charlottetown?
Pesticides are not healthy for any person to breathe in and all for the sake of a beautiful lawn at the expense of people’s health. Really.
I applaud Deputy Mayor Mike Duffy for wanting to use pesticides as a last resort and the water conservation bylaws. Lawns are not more important then people’s health.
Jennifer Jenkins, Charlottetown