Denise Brechbill said she has trimmed her hedge back about 18 inches from the sidewalk and thinned foliage, saying it does not impede her view of pedestrians or traffic as she backs out of her driveway on Elk Way in Elk Grove.
Denise Brechbill said she has trimmed her hedge back about 18 inches from the sidewalk and thinned foliage, saying it does not impede her view of pedestrians or traffic as she backs out of her driveway on Elk Way in Elk Grove. Courtesy of Denise Brechbill
Denise Brechbill said she has trimmed her hedge back about 18 inches from the sidewalk and thinned foliage, saying it does not impede her view of pedestrians or traffic as she backs out of her driveway on Elk Way in Elk Grove. Courtesy of Denise Brechbill

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