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Re: selling produce


Bob,
 I think that your by-laws and gardening agreement should have a 
non-commercial use clause, especially if you're gardening on municipal land.  
Either that or ask gardeners who are selling to kick back something to the 
garden. Fair is fair...it isn't like it's their back yard or something. 

However, poll your fellow gardeners feel about this issue. Like anything else 
circumscribing action of other gardeners, it needs to be viewed a matter of 
consensus not a fiat from a couple of sour anti-free-enterprise individuals.

P.S.  It would be a hoot if you were the same Bob Peterson who was on the 
Donna Reed  Show.

Happy gardening,
Adam Honigman


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