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Judy Gray May 11, 2013 at 03:26 pm
My thoughts and prayers go out to Richard and the boys at this very difficult time. So sorry toRead More hear of your loss. Judy Gray, RN
Cynthia Greaves April 19, 2012 at 01:59 pm
If you watch Dick Clark productions eight hours a day, it will take about three years to get throughRead More the 30 series, 250 specials and 7,500 hours of programming he was responsible for.
Phyllis McArthur March 28, 2011 at 02:26 pm
The lovely trees along the El Camino in Burlingame really do add grace and beauty to the community.Read More With that said, they really do scare me during a storm. The sidewalks (some) are cracked and the roots have lifted the cement. I wonder if something could be done to fix this without taking out any of these lovely trees.
Russ Cohen March 29, 2011 at 02:01 am
The Burlingame Historical Society has worked with Caltrans to ensure that for every tree removed,Read More two will be replaced. John Maclaren who is credited with planting many of the trees on El Camino and throughout the Peninsula, intended ECR to be lined with Elms. Over time they were infected with disease and died off leaving the eucs to take over. Now disease resistant elms will be the replacement trees. This will maintain the canopy of trees we are all used to. If you would like more history of the trees of Burlingame please visit www.burlingametrees.org or www.burlingamehistorical,org
Miriam Finder (Editor) March 29, 2011 at 07:49 pm
Thanks for the information, Russ! The trees of Burlingame certainly have an interesting history thatRead More is well worth reading about.