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More Trees

From: domainremoved <Kate>
Date: Wed, 18 Oct 2017 12:02:50 -0700

         Dear Mayor/City Council,

Having and planting more trees is very important for the city of Menlo
Park. Heritage trees are important to sustain the amazing air quality
in Menlo Park. Also, you may know about fuzzy caterpillars. They are
an invasive species. They don't have a lot of trees, so they look for
yards to make their cocoons. To add on, they protect our environment.
They produce carbon dioxide, which is the absolute heart of life.
Heritage trees are scarce in. I hope that you agree with me. ( My
address is 255 Robin Way, Menlo Park. Just to prove I DO live in Menlo
 Park. ) I am part of the environmental club at Hillview.

Kate Budinger( 6th Grader.)

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Received on Wed Oct 18 2017 - 12:07:48 PDT

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