What Price For A Garden?
Leo Sears' My Word column yesterday dealt with the fiscal aspects of open space- in this instance community gardens- referring to the big brouhah taking place in Los Angeles over some land currently being used for public gardening.
In this case, while I appreciate Leo's concern for fiscal responsibility, I'm not so sure that's the only consideration that should be taken into account.
This editorial from yesterday's Sacramento Bee has a different take on the issue. I'm not sure just where I stand, but as I've said before, there is something to be said for just a plain old empty lot.