Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Ogunquit, Maine Bans The Use Of Pesticides

Bilde: Residents in the small ocean-side community of Ogunquit, Maine, voted to become the first town in the state to prohibit the use of pesticides on public and private property for turf, landscape, and outdoor pest management activities. Ogunquit’s ordinance makes the town the second local jurisdiction in the United States in the last year to ban pesticides on both public and private property, and the first to be passed by popular vote, 206 to 172. Ogunquit’s ordinance is modeled on the first private/public pesticide ban in Takoma Park, Maryland, last year. GO OGUNQUIT! THE REST OF THE USA NEEDS TO FOLLOW!

READ: http://www.beyondpesticides.org/dailynewsblog/?p=13570

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Residents in the small ocean-side community of Ogunquit, Maine, voted to become the first town in the state to prohibit the use of pesticides on public and private property for turf, landscape, and outdoor pest management activities. Ogunqu...it’s ordinance makes the town the second local jurisdiction in the United States in the last year to ban pesticides on both public and private property, and the first to be passed by popular vote, 206 to 172. Ogunquit’s ordinance is modeled on the first private/public pesticide ban in Takoma Park, Maryland, last year.

GO OGUNQUIT! THE REST OF THE USA NEEDS TO FOLLOW!

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