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July 24, 2008

New Trees for Sunnyside


Dear Sunnyside Community Residents:

In our ongoing effort to revitalize the Sunnyside community, we have planted a total of 1,032 trees throughout the community.

Not only does planting trees enhance the community's visual attractiveness, it also offers a sense of peacefulness, relaxation and builds neighborhood character for future generations. Trees also help protect the environment by absorbing large amounts of storm water runoff. When properly placed and cared for, they can significantly increase your property values.

We welcome any support you or your neighborhood organizations can give to help us maintain our progress. If you see a tree that is being poorly maintained or needs special attention, please report it to 3-1-1.

We are targeting for planting six areas within Sunnyside. They are:

Holmes Rd. /Canyon - Scott (Area 1)

-- Placed on eleven medians

-- Planted one hundred seventeen, 30 gallon trees

-- Planted fifteen, 45 gallon trees

Scott/Holmes - Bellfort (Area 1)

-- Placed on nine medians

-- Planted two hundred and forty, 15 gallon trees

-- Planted forty-seven, 45 gallon trees

Bellfort/Canyon - Scott (Area 1)

-- Placed on ten medians

-- Planted one hundred ninety-three, 15 gallon trees

-- Planted thirty-four, 45 gallon trees

Bellfort/Cullen - Scott (Area 2)

-- Place on ten medians

-- Planted one hundred ninety-nine, 30 gallon trees

Scott/Larkspur (Area 2)

-- Placed on six medians

-- Planted sixty-two, 30 gallon trees

Reed Rd. /W of Kish - Rosehaven (Area 3)

-- Placed on four medians

-- Planted ninety-nine, 30 gallon trees

-- Planted twenty-six, 45 gallon trees

Thank you,

Bill White