Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Twisted priorities

After 17 years, a family in Miami Shores, Florida is told to do away with their front yard vegetable garden or face fines.

It's one thing if you buy into a community with restrictive covenants that make clear what is or is not allowed. But it's something else altogether when power hungry municipal governments and their zoning czars come along and change the rules after years of practice.

And what does it say about a government when it decrees the sight of growing vegetables is automatically deemed an eyesore?

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