Local municipality has two fields out to bid. The job entails the following 1 Infield edging 2 Grass mowing as needed probably(35 to 40 cuts per year) 3 Irrigation maint. spring turn on fall winterization and programming.(parts not included) 4 De thatching in begining of season 5 Fertilizing and liming 6 Complete weed and insect control 7 Infields on two fields must be maintained and kept weed free for the baseball/soft ball season 8 Aeration of fields at least two times annually 9 Three yards of clay deliverd in spring The square footage of this place is about 160,000 and right now it is beat to death. The grass is 6" tall and you can't even see one of the infields due to the crab grass. I don't even think that pesticde can be applied here due to drinking water wells being too close. I think that the bid was copied from another town. The bids are dune by monday and they want you to start five days later. I'm not sure if I am crazy to even consider this. The mowing and triming is a snap its the weed control that may eat up alot of time. This Contract is for two years and nine and one half months so it might be nice. After the initail clean up it should be eisier to maintain. the whay that I figure minus any pesticide is about $35k per year does this sound close?