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LETTERS: Imagine if a resident did this

Invasive vegetation and hazardous trees along Marine Drive were the target of a city-contracted crew last week. - Tracy Holmes photo
Invasive vegetation and hazardous trees along Marine Drive were the target of a city-contracted crew last week.
— image credit: Tracy Holmes photo

Editor:

Re: Trees cut to open views, April 17.

I am appalled at the condition of the bluff after the tree removal done last week by the City of White Rock.

The situation may have been a difficult area in which to ‘trim trees’ but the disaster that has been left behind is a disgrace.

I can only imagine the fines the city would impose on a homeowner who created a similar mess on their property.

Will there be a cleanup?

Barbara Glynes, White Rock

 

 

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