Brian Lopes, front, and Derick Caron, installers with Pacific Grass & Turf, roll out sections of artificial grass to be cut and placed last Monday at a client’s home in North Natomas. With the drought in its fourth year, Sacramento may relax a long-standing ban on artificial turf on front lawns.
Brian Lopes, front, and Derick Caron, installers with Pacific Grass & Turf, roll out sections of artificial grass to be cut and placed last Monday at a client’s home in North Natomas. With the drought in its fourth year, Sacramento may relax a long-standing ban on artificial turf on front lawns. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com
Brian Lopes, front, and Derick Caron, installers with Pacific Grass & Turf, roll out sections of artificial grass to be cut and placed last Monday at a client’s home in North Natomas. With the drought in its fourth year, Sacramento may relax a long-standing ban on artificial turf on front lawns. Lezlie Sterling lsterling@sacbee.com

Sacramento considers lifting longtime ban on artificial turf

June 12, 2015 5:01 PM

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