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LETTERS: Find a way to save the trees

Editor:

Re: City under fire for entranceway plan, July 22.

I have lived in White Rock for 30 years. I have walked the Johnston Road sidewalks and hope to continue.

At one time, I fell flat on my face on an uneven spot between Coast Capital and Russell Avenue.

In the fall, when the majestic trees shed their leaves and it happens to rain in White Rock, I have slipped near the Whaling Wall.

I still say, find a way to save the trees.

Polly Tays, White Rock

 

 

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