Seattle says no more 'willy-nilly' cu...

Seattle says no more 'willy-nilly' cutting down trees on private property

There are 2 comments on the KUOW-FM Seattle story from Apr 26, 2018, titled Seattle says no more 'willy-nilly' cutting down trees on private property. In it, KUOW-FM Seattle reports that:

Seattle City Councilmember Rob Johnson said as development booms in Seattle, homeowners and builders are cutting down trees with little city oversight. "Folks are taking down trees willy-nilly and single-family neighborboods account for more than 60 percent of the city's tree canopy," he said.

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Seattle Treehugger

Seattle, WA

#1 Apr 27, 2018
Itís hypocritical coming from the council member for the developers who would love to destroy the single family neighborhoods.
Seattleites

Seattle, WA

#2 Apr 27, 2018
Seattle Treehugger wrote:
Itís hypocritical coming from the council member for the developers who would love to destroy the single family neighborhoods.
Yes. Nonsense.

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