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February 01, 2022


Jennifer Pfaff

Tragic, all around.

What needs to be added here, however, is that Burlingame's Parks Department manages and maintains somewhere in the neighborhood of 18,000 public trees-- all kinds, shapes and sizes. They do a superlative job at it-- so that we, the public can enjoy this leafy environment in which we (dare I say?) are "privileged" to live.

There is a reason why arborists' reports typically end with the disclaimer: The only way to eliminate all risk associated with trees is to eliminate all trees.


You are 100% Correct Jennifer Pfaff.
Sometimes "Stuff Happens." Horrible.
35 million dollars may seem like a lot of money. A Billion Dollars is not enough. I hope these people manage to adjust.

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