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The future of Brookswood’s large trees, many of them coniferous trees such as Douglas firs and cedars, are a major concern of many residents of the area. A protest sign was posted on a stand of trees at the intersection of 200 Street and 36 Avenue, in advance of Wednesday’s open house on the proposed community plan for the area, which calls for significant development. A public hearing on the plan is scheduled for Monday, March 3. - Dan Ferguson/Langley Times
The future of Brookswood’s large trees, many of them coniferous trees such as Douglas firs and cedars, are a major concern of many residents of the area. A protest sign was posted on a stand of trees at the intersection of 200 Street and 36 Avenue, in advance of Wednesday’s open house on the proposed community plan for the area, which calls for significant development. A public hearing on the plan is scheduled for Monday, March 3.
— image credit: Dan Ferguson/Langley Times
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