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Unnecessary whacking of oleanders on Sand Hill Road

From: domainremoved <badornato>
Date: Thu, 21 Apr 2016 11:31:25 -0700

Dear Mr. Mooney,

I object again to your over trimming the oleanders on the divider on Sand
Hill Road.

There is simply no good reason to cut down blooming oleanders which serve
as a nice
divider on that road. At night, they shield the glare of oncoming
headlights and they are beautiful
when allowed to bloom.

More importantly, it is a waste of resources and money to do what is
unnecessary and destructive.

If you need to spend money on Sand Hill Road, pull out the 50 year old ugly
junipers and plant
some succulents like the City of SF did on 19th avenue. Or I would be
happy to help you find
some other areas in Menlo Park that need help.. Like debris in the San
Francisquito Creek.

Please stop butchering the oleanders.

Bruce Adornato
240 Sand Hill Circle

Received on Thu Apr 21 2016 - 11:38:09 PDT

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