A near-century-old mahogany tree on Simonton Street in Key West was saved by city staff Tuesday night after public outcry over the city manager’s request to have it removed, citing traffic safety.
A near-century-old mahogany tree on Simonton Street in Key West was saved by city staff Tuesday night after public outcry over the city manager’s request to have it removed, citing traffic safety. Gwen Filosa Keynoter
A near-century-old mahogany tree on Simonton Street in Key West was saved by city staff Tuesday night after public outcry over the city manager’s request to have it removed, citing traffic safety. Gwen Filosa Keynoter

You CAN fight City Hall. Just ask the tree

February 15, 2017 5:18 AM

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