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Babylon Mulls Bamboo Restrictions, $500 A Day Fines MP3

BABYLON, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) - Another Long Island community is proposing restrictions on the planting of bamboo, and recommending stiff fines for violators. Under Babylon’s bamboo proposal, property owners who allow the invasive plant to spread beyond their yards could be hit with $500 a day fines. That’s a little much, according to homeowner Marsha Carlin, who agrees with the ban but not that fine. ... Source: newyork.cbslocal.com

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