Community garden in Salem busts out all over, causing concern
“It’s blooming like there is no tomorrow,” said Conservation Commission member Joan Blondin.
“I don’t know if they quite understand the rules,” said Blondin.
Commission Chairman William Dumont asked Blondin to get an estimate for how much the approximately 230 feet of fencing would cost.
For now, Blondin said she has been taking matters into her own hands, often to the disapproval of some of the gardeners who have overplanted their boundaries.
There have also been issues with gardeners putting large rocks in a barrel that is marked for weeds and papers only.
Even with some issues with a few of the gardeners this year, Blondin said it is a beautiful and quiet area filled with an array of wildlife.
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