The artificial grass is a flash point, with some residents backing the fake grass and some opposing it. Backers point out the benefits that include low water use, low maintenance compared to real grass, and no need to let it rest between activities. Opponents note that such "grass" is in stark contrast with the town's back-to-the-earth ethic, and particularly in a prominent location within the scenic corridor.
At a recent meeting of the Architectural & Site Control Commission, two of the five commissioners expressed opposition to artificial grass, two commissioners seemed open to more analysis, and one appeared ready to accept it.
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