Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Update on Mesa's goats

Good news from Mesa's goats: they are doing their job and they haven't been attacked by transients. This is a follow up from earlier this year when it was announced that goats would be used to remove brush and weeds from Mesa's treatment plant. It is clearly a "green" solution that appears to be working while saving the city $10,000. Great job!

Again, kudos to the guy who thought of a way to get paid and feed his goats. This should be a lesson to any agriculture classes that still exist at the high schools in Mesa Public Schools, perhaps they should be raising goats to clean up weeds and having the proceeds to go to MPS. Perhaps this would help reduce the costs of their latest proposed override.

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