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Article 1:   Desert Landscaping: Grow Relief from the Heat March 16, 2007

The majority of the world is undergoing some form of drought or water shortage, including the United States. Since you can't see it, you may not be too concerned with this dilemma.

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Article 2:   Changing The Political Landscape March 16, 2007

In Visalia, Calif. tax-paying landscapers are angry that unlicensed landscapers are taking competition away. So as the busy spring season rolls around they are organizing themselves to create a change in a different kind of landscape the political landscape.


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Article 3:   St. Johns Forest Wins Award March 16, 2007

St. Johns Forest, a Taylor Woodrow community, has won the 2006 Best in American Living Award (BALA) for its Amenity Center.


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Article 4:   Enforcing Safety Rules March 16, 2007

In Montgomery County, Md. a citizens advisory committee is pushing county officials tighten enforcement of occupational safety rules.


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Article 5:   Landscape Laws: Acts and Ordinances from Santa Monica, Calif. to Miami-Dade, Fla. Adopt Various Meth March 16, 2007

In a recent column in an issue of a respected civil engineering news magazine the author asked if government regulation of land development had gone too far. Citing the complexity of getting a small 20-acre piece of land developed and permitted, the author enumerated 17 issues he deemed as excessive government regulation.


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