Last Thursday, when I came home from Baltimore County, the knee-high grass at the intersection of Roland Avenue, Ridgewood Road and Cold Spring Lane had been cut. I thought it was a result of a 311 call I’d made earlier that day.
Monday I found out that a good citizen was responsible for cutting down the prairie at the Cold Spring Lane intersection. No wonder the other was still there.
When I called Thursday, the 311 operator told me both patches would be taken care of in 14 days. If the rain keeps up, the island-prairie on the Roland Avenue may be waist-high before city mowers reach it.
Spoke Too Soon
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