Click on the title link and read the whole thing — even the comments! It’s great!
My favorite part:
According to Oak Park City Planner Kevin Rulkowski the city’s code states that “a front yard has to have suitable, live, plant material.” Says Bass, “[i]t’s definitely live. It’s definitely plant. It’s definitely material. We think it’s suitable.” But to Rulkowski “suitable” means “common.” “So,” he told FOX 2 News, “if you look around and you look in any other community, what’s common to a front yard is a nice, grass yard with beautiful trees and bushes and flowers.
“…what’s common….” Hahaha!! LOL, and all that! I’m obviously not common because here’s a link to a blog post about MY front yard.