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December 09, 2003


jason cutler

Speaking of trees, has anyone else seen the back page of the Spring 2004 Parks Rec Activities Guide? Mine just came in the mail today. There is some pretty important info about the rules regarding trees in Burlingame including the definition of a "heritage tree" and what residents can and cannot do to trees. But NO ONE CAN READ IT because it is printed over a dark picture of a tree. What a waste of paper (how ironic)...who's in charge here?


I know I saw that too and thought what a beautiful picture of a tree but not very informational, is it? Guess it gives people an excuse for not knowing what they should do about their trees!

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