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July 19, 2019


C. Seedot

I’d put my faith in the Tree-Hugger before the Arborist. They’re not tree people but greedy lackey’s authorizing death for profits.
Tree-Huggers likely wouldn’t have allowed the annihilation of Washington Park.
An arborist approved removal of the Redwood Grove behind the hospital, the Generals own Giant Sequoia on Sherman ave. The stripping/thinning of beloved Redwood trees, at the height of heat and bug season (Village Park). Well, if they survive the beetles and burns of their open wounds, they MAY produce seeds again in 8-12years.
I could go on but it’s a familiar paradigm...
Similar to paying taxes for “qualified” persons to prepare for growth, fix roads and maintain our safe community. In the end you get 7 new parking spaces, pedestrian paths tangled into roundabouts, bicycles pushed into automobile roads and a bayshore sold to FaceBook.

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