In his Zoning and Land Use Planning column, Anthony S. Guardino, a partner with Farrell Fritz, writes: Good fences may make good neighbors, but the growing use of bamboo by suburban homeowners as a border on their property is causing some other property owners a great deal of concern. On the one hand, bamboo very quickly can create a wonderful and attractive privacy screen. On the other hand, its rapid growth can rather easily get out of control, and the invasive nature of the roots of certain varieties of bamboo plants can damage neighboring property.
Bamboo Battles: Local Governments Take Action
New York Law Journal
September 26, 2012
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