I was wondering why, in the City of Abbotsford, you can cut down a 100- or more year-old tree? The only stipulation is that you have to plant two seedlings in its place. So what they are saying is one huge tree is equal to two very small plants?
Don’t the trees help, when it comes to the ozone layer, and help with the oxygen we breathe?
If you ask me, I think it is very sad that city hall allows this to happen.
A thin tree or a shrub can’t compare to a beautiful, huge tree.
Marie Simonsen, Abbotsford