Well, they’re still here in 2011, which is well past they date that they were supposed to be turned into woodchips. See?
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Now, I’m not a big fan of trees in the City personally, as they cause a lot of trouble and, occasionally, kill people. But Trees First, People Second is the Law of the Land, so once a tree goes in, it can never ever ever come out, regardless of the circumstances. Oh well.
Anyway, as far as the Chinese Elms of McAllister are concerned:
It’s your move, City. Care to try again?
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