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November 26, 2004



More for the wish list: Patrick Singh, Manager of School Site and Maintenance Planning at BHS has a wish. In recent years, the school has lost several heritage trees that adorn the school grounds. He has asked the public to help in his quest to replant the grounds with redwoods. The optimal specimen size would be 10-20 gallon. With all the school construction going on presently, and the front grounds closed off, it is an optimal time to replant! Please consider donating a young redwood to Burlingame High School. Mr. Singh's number at school is 558-2825.


I love the idea of donating a tree. How much approximately is it a tree?

A fantastic idea and one the City should be promoting for many of our more barren areas in Burlingame, the City of Trees.

I would gladly donate a forest for Burlingame's auto row!

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