COLUMBUS, Ind. (WISH) - A Columbus police change is requiring residents to keep their lawn tame.
This Spring, the City of Columbus will give residents less warning time for out-of-control lawns. The city will then hire city crews to mow the lawn. Residents will then be stuck with the bill.
Our partners at the Republic say you could buy a lawnmower for the same price the city will be charging for the cutting fee.
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