An odd situation and my assumption would be that these folks would be happier in a rural setting without the zoning crap; My own belief would be that if what they choose to do on their own property if not endangering the health, saftey, or well being of others is no one elses damned buisness and no unit of government any concern nor right to intervene and all zoning ordinances violate a owners individual rights; That's why I do not live in a City.
OMG! The fact that this city "is putting together a task force to look into this?" Makes you wonder if they are all picking there noses in the city offices and have nothing better to do. Shame on these City Bureaucrats and Shame on this city for wasting our tax dollars on such a basic "HUMAN RIGHT”. YOU all disgust me and should be thrown out of office and put to work picking up garbage on the side of the road!
I think garden's are beautiful. Someone must be jealous to complain.
That is a beautiful vegetable garden, better than grass, congratulations...
Are you kidding? I'd LOVE a grassless lawn! Useful plants including edibles and herbs should be encouraged.
They will back down only if we show determination to this outrageous show of power and treason.
tHAT IS SO RIDUCLOUS YOU WOULD THINK THEY HAD BETTER THINGS TO DO.
It's just another rediculous interpretation of a rule. We need grown-ups in local as well as state and national government!
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Really, I didn't even know this was a "thing". There are so many better things to regulate than front yard gardens. How about the City of Orlando get their dumpsters and rancid retention ponds out of the middle of Parramore and stop worrying about whether I'm growing peppers or petunias in my front yard.