State funds for tree-planting in Long Beach restored

Full story: Long Beach Press-Telegram

State funding to plant 605 new trees in Long Beach has been restored after plans were halted last year because of the economic downturn.

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good idea

Long Beach, CA

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Jun 10, 2009
 

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You could plant trees in places, where they were before,
but had been removed because of various reasons.
Example:
Parking Lot of McDonalds at Wilow and LongBeachBlvd.
At the meridian, there are three (3) spots ,
where concrete was replaced by red bricks.
Obviously there were trees before.

Why not put back 3 (three) trees, any species.

Please also contact the McDonalds headquarters
of Southbay at the corner of Paramount and Carson Street.
(Its a little in the back building)
Susan Lusk

Long Beach, CA

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Jun 11, 2009
 

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good idea wrote:
You could plant trees in places, where they were before,
but had been removed because of various reasons.
Example:
Parking Lot of McDonalds at Wilow and LongBeachBlvd.
At the meridian, there are three (3) spots ,
where concrete was replaced by red bricks.
Obviously there were trees before.
Why not put back 3 (three) trees, any species.
Please also contact the McDonalds headquarters
of Southbay at the corner of Paramount and Carson Street.
(Its a little in the back building)
I don't understand how we can borrow money to plant trees???????? The Dems used the power of their majority to bankrupt our State and the Dems predetermined that we will NEVER be any more than tax slaves to the Unions.

We must NOT squander money on improving things. The lending agencies already lowered their ratings on the State. We MUST abandon everything but feeding the Union Beasts insatiable demands.

Google; General Motors. Our State's Dem voters choice the same future for California that the UAW choose for GM.

Failure and Bankruptcy.
Robert J G Jackson Sr

Downey, CA

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Jun 11, 2009
 
Ronca is on the money. The more trees the better.
Observer

Los Angeles, CA

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Jun 11, 2009
 
I guess we aren't out of money after all.
Sarah S

Moreno Valley, CA

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Jun 11, 2009
 
With our City so badly managed that we are now deficit ridden, our City unemployment over 17% and Gangs running wild it is precious to hear any discussion of Trees, Flowers, and such.

Let's hold hands and sing Kummbayah amidst the squaller.

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