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Poll: Canberra's front yard shrubbery war

Leon Arundell of the North Canberra Community Council is forced to walk on the grass due to the over grown hedge that covers the footpath on Chapman Street in Braddon.

Should residents be forced to trim back heritage hedges that are growing over footpaths, or should the footpaths be moved?

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Prune the heritage hedges!

56%

Leave the old hedges be, move the paths.

21%

Heritage hedge-sitter - it must be taken on a bush-by-bush basis.

23%

Total votes: 1964.

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