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Documenting tree canopy loss due to severances/variances in Long Branch. What happens to trees near new sign at Non Frills?

Update:

A more recent post is entitled:

Please send a letter today to help save the trees in front of No Frills (Brown’s Line & lake Shore)

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The email refers to this sign. Sept. 23, 2017. Jaan Pill

The email refers to this sign. Sept. 23, 2017. Jaan Pill

View looking northwest. Jaan Pill photo

View looking northwest. Jaan Pill photo

View looking west. Jaan Pill photo

View looking west. Jaan Pill photo

View looking east. Jaan Pill photo

View looking east. Jaan Pill photo

Email messages have been circulating for some time, among Long Branch residents, regarding efforts to document tree canopy loss. The following message is an email text that I received on Sept. 19, 2017.

The following message is from a long-time Long Branch resident:

Another tree tragedy is shaping up! You may have noticed the large sign that was erected some time ago outside “No Frills”. It is between two of the mature trees and invisible from either direction. Fearing that when the new Shoppers now under construction beside No Frills was completed there would be a request to remove the trees I have been in contact with 311Toronto asking why a permit was issued for a sign in such a location. They have now confirmed that there has been an application to remove the trees! I spoke to the No Frills owner weeks ago who said he knew nothing of the sign approval. Please add your voices to mine and insist that the sign be moved!

 

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