Pesticide battle pits homeowners in Lafayette against HOA (CO)

The lawns in Lafayette’s Lilac Hill neighborhood may be covered with fallen leaves but they are still lush and green.  The HOA wants to make sure the grass stays weed-free and in tip-top shape. To accomplish that, they use fertilizers and chemicals to maintain health and to control weeds and insects.  But some homeowners say those chemicals are sickening their pets.    Read the article……………..


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