Monday, February 16, 2009

City founders' plantings now hazards and scheduled for removal; Encinitas, CA; 2/15/09

City will lose a few of its leafy landmarks San Diego Union Tribune - San Diego,CA,USA
A tree canopy that has gracefully shaded the community of Leucadia in Encinitas for more than a century will be thinned when crews cut down 11 eucalyptuses along North Coast Highway 101 that have been deemed dead or at risk of falling.
For many residents, the eucalyptus trees planted in the late 1800s by Leucadia's founders are landmarks that create much of the beach community's character.
The tree removal is scheduled to begin in late March.

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