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Brock Oyler and ownership of community gardens

  • Subject: [cg] Brock Oyler and ownership of community gardens
  • From: KLBoyer56@aol.com
  • Date: Sat, 24 Apr 2004 21:52:05 EDT

Hi Brock,
Our community garden is part of the City of Pleasant Hill,CA, Recreation and Parks Department.  The space used to be a parking lot for the softball players. Now the ball players park on the street. We have 25 individual plots that are 6ft X 28ft.  There are six water hook-ups and a green waste bin that the Parks and Recreation, Maintenance Department clears out twice a year or so.  The annual plot rent is around $43.00  for water.  There is also a $50.00 security deposit that is refundable if your plot is left the way you found it.. weed free.

K Boyer

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