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  • Trees felled at former railyard near Curtis Park, Sac City

    Neighbors gathered when crews cut down four or five oak trees at the site of a former railyard between Curtis Park and Sacramento City College on Aug. 25, 2016. Some residents in Sacramento’s Curtis Park community have expressed their displeasure with a handful of trees being cut down in the area being developed by Paul Petrovich, the latest in a series of disputes with the developer.

Neighbors gathered when crews cut down four or five oak trees at the site of a former railyard between Curtis Park and Sacramento City College on Aug. 25, 2016. Some residents in Sacramento’s Curtis Park community have expressed their displeasure with a handful of trees being cut down in the area being developed by Paul Petrovich, the latest in a series of disputes with the developer. Bill Lindelof The Sacramento Bee
Neighbors gathered when crews cut down four or five oak trees at the site of a former railyard between Curtis Park and Sacramento City College on Aug. 25, 2016. Some residents in Sacramento’s Curtis Park community have expressed their displeasure with a handful of trees being cut down in the area being developed by Paul Petrovich, the latest in a series of disputes with the developer. Bill Lindelof The Sacramento Bee

Downed trees put Curtis Park residents, developer at odds again

August 26, 2016 9:59 AM

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