Fierce debate has erupted in Norfolk over how best to deal with grass verges on the side of the county's 6,000 miles of roads.
Councillors are set to take to County Hall later this week and decide whether they should cut the grass or not.
According to the Eastern Daily Press, some say the verges should be cut in order to provide the best visibility for drivers, while others say they should be allowed to grow free and provide a habitat for wildlife.
I know there are people passionately for and against these kind of changes.
Toby Coke, chairman of the council’s environment, development and transport committee