Condo residents want N.J. township to ban some pesticides

07/3/2012 | Patch.com

Condo residents in the Society Hill community in Basking Ridge, N.J., oppose the association's decision to bring back the use of lawn pesticides that contain Trimec 992, which some say is a carcinogen. Members of the Society Hill HOA say the pesticides are safe and that they are trying to maintain home values, but several residents want Basking Ridge's Township Committee to outlaw the use of such pesticides.

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