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Menlo Park: Pilot program to make city parks herbicide-free approved by City Council

by Kate Bradshaw

The Menlo Park City Council unanimously adopted revisions to the city's Integrated Pest Management (IPM) policy Aug. 25, including implementing a pilot program at four city parks to eliminate all herbicide use and authorizing the city manager to release a request for proposals to determine the cost viability of making all parks in Menlo Park herbicide-free.

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