San Fernando Residents Hold A Vigil For 6 Trees They Say Shouldn’t Have Been Cut Down

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ON HIGHWAY 58 BACK OPEN BY THURSDAY. ANDREA: ANGER IN SAN FERNANDO OVER LOS OF SOME TREES THAT WERE — CHOPPED DOWN BY MISTAKE, RESIDENTS HELD A CANDLE LIGHT VIGIL FOR THE 50 YEAR OLD TREES THAT ONCE LINED SOUTH BRAND BOULEVARD. THIS CANDLE LIGHT VIGIL IS DIFFERENT, THIS MOURNING SOMETHING. A PROTEST FOR 6 PALM TREES CHOPPED TOWN IN SAN FERNANDO, THE TREES WERE KNOWN AS PART OF THE DATE WAY TO THE CITY AND WERE MORE THAN 50 YEARS OLD. Y ARE VERY UPSET. IT HAPPEN DURING AN APPROVED PROJECT TO MAKE IT MORE DROUGHT TTOLERANT,. IN WAS A MISTAKE. Reporter: IT APPEARS TO BE A MACOMMUNICATION. HOW DOES A MISCOMMUNICATION LIKE THAT HAPPEN? I THINK WHAT HAPPENS THERE ARE SO MANY ITRATIONS OF THE PLAN MAYBE ONE HAD TREES BEING REMOVED. I AM NOT SATISFY WITH THAT. VICE MAYOR SILL VIDEO I CAN’T — SYLVIASAID THAT THE NEWS OF D TREES NEARLY BROUGHT HER TO TEARS. THERE NO EXCUSE. ORIGINAL PROJECT, WAS 18 NEW TREES BE BUT NOT PALMS BE NOW WHO WILL TAKE THE FALL FOR THESE FALLEN TREES IS LEADING TO GROWING TENSIONS. THIS IS A SERIOUS ISSUE. Reporter: AMONG CITY LEADERS,

 

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