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Jan 30, 2021

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Stephen Price

I live in Wisconsin but received information about this controversy from Minnesota relatives. I do not understand the opposition to native plantings, which are spectacularly beautiful compared to the sterile desert of closely-mowed grass plus non-native shrubs. North Mankato is not presenting an enlightened image on this issue. Mr. Borchardt is on the side of nature that benefits all of us, providing air, water and food, and fewer toxins.

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