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New pitch made for sparing Granny oak tree

Original post made on Sep 3, 2011

Four days ahead of a Sept. 6 deadline for destruction, the neighbors of a centuries-old heritage oak tree called "Granny" in North Fair Oaks voted to send the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission a new proposal for saving the tree that appears to resolve the one issue standing between failure and success.

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Posted by ugh
a resident of Menlo Park: other
on Sep 3, 2011 at 12:58 pm

Please have the neighbors or the group who cares so much for one tree to pay the $296,000.00 for tunneling. Surely the tax payer should not bear the cost to satisfy a small group of people. Plenty of trees in our wonderful City.