Abrami: Grass should not be grown in this area

Posted 5/10/21

This is in response to the letter to the editor about grass (“Sun City golf courses need more grass”).

Simple answer is that people shouldn’t be growing grass at all in this …

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Abrami: Grass should not be grown in this area

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This is in response to the letter to the editor about grass (“Sun City golf courses need more grass”).

Simple answer is that people shouldn’t be growing grass at all in this area. Well, golf course owners, I suppose, but those people already know what they are doing.

I realize that you buy copy from various sources but so often it is just not apposite. Like when, at the start of summer, material gushes about the excitement of outdoor living or, at the start of winter, lists all the indoor things people can do when it’s too cold to go outside. Whoops, not around here!

And this charming article by Doug Scott in Atlanta, Georgia, promoting Exmark and their indubitably worthwhile services should be irrelevant to Sun City West readers.

Kudos to you and your personnel for achieving what you do under the current particularly difficult circumstances. May advertisers with huge budgets beat a path to your door as life begins to open up again, enabling you to thrive!

Rosemary Abrami
Sun City West

water, grass

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