Printed Letters, March 5, 2014

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I agree with Gregory Dillon about the tamarisk removal program and its tragic effect on the riverfront, particularly the stretch he mentions from the Junior Service League Park to the Grand Ave. bridge. The tamarisk killing program has turned what used to be beautiful, lush, green wooded paths full of watchable wildlife into an industrial wasteland with ponds that reek interspersed with alkali flats that grow nothing but weeds. No more tamarisk should be removed unless there is a plan in place, backed up by plenty of money, to assure indigenous plants really do actually grow back to replace the tamarisk. This stretch has been utterly ruined.



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