Letter: Grass is greener on Township property

10-year-old asks why Township is watering its lawns.

Editor: Even if I’m only 10 years old, I can still be observant.

Have you ever noticed that most lawns are yellow and dried up? Then I will ask you this question:

Have you ever noticed that the grass is always green on the Township’s properties?

You probably said yes. It’s obvious that the Township is using water on their lawns. Shouldn’t they be following their own water restriction? I’ve also seen people breaking that restriction.

For example, a person was spraying off his driveway instead of sweeping it. But what aggravates me most is the Township’s actions.

The grass is always greener on the Township side.

Mikayla Brown,

Langley