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Please leave the area as is. We need to have the space and be careful with what’s left.
Please reconsider and keep this forested area as it has been for decades. It’s part of our history and is well loved JUST AS IT IS. Why is it that self styled “experts” always think they know best?
Please leave this area as it is. It sounds like you all are just looking for more free parking. This is such a unique area that most cities
do not have. why now, why ever. what are the ulterior motives. It just looks like a land grabbing mess confused with getting rid of everything for native species.. Native species is brush what trees are native?
look how Ocean beach turned out. The ICE PLANT is still THERE. work on the projects you have already started. those native plant people are nuts. Hawaii has no native plants everything there is brought in by bird droppings. If they got rid of the none native species they. What evil master mind is driving this forward.
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trees are very critical to humanity … they keep the thermostat from going up to boiling. there is no benefit from cutting down these
Leave it alone – NO PROJECT!
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