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roundabout in Springfield Township has some residents upset.
who live near the roundabout say the tall grass is an eyesore, but township
leaders say it's native grass and is used for safety.
roundabout is at Nebraska Avenue and King Street. John Engelheart lives nearby
and says not only is the tall grass an eyesore, but a safety issue because
drivers can't see other cars around it. Others agree.
"I would like somebody to do something about it," Engelheart said.
recently voiced their concerns at a township trustee meeting. That's when it
was explained that the grass is used to screen motorists' views, forcing them
to enter the roundabout more cautiously.
not a horribly busy road, so I don't see why they would have problems with
people slowing down," said Adam Morzinksi, a resident.
grass in the roundabout's center island is maintained by the Oak Openings