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Kirk Knauer

Zoom Tree Town Hall Meeting

April 25, 2020
1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Do you know about plans to cut down the four magnificent Red Ironbark Eucalyptus (non-fire hazard) trees at the corner of East Blithedale and Camino Alto, former site of Gira Polli?

These majestic 50’ environmentally beneficial trees are approved to be cut down to accommodate Apizza’s new landscape plan that includes seven English Oaks and two fruitless Olive trees with a new plant height of about 14 feet.

The Mill Valley staff recommended and the City Planning Commission agreed to approve the Tree Removal Permit. Freeman Park Neighborhood Association appealed the decision.

The staff and Planning Commission overlooked three key points:

Please join us for a Zoom Tree Town Hall meeting on Saturday, April 25 at 1:00 pm with host Susan Kirsch, President, Freeman Park Neighborhood Association and the Freeman Park Board.

Mtg ID: 817 3513 7456; Password: 780080

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What can you do?

Trees & Pizza—A Winning Combination!

Organization: Freeman Park Neighborhood Association

Contact: Susan Kirsch

Contact Phone: 415-686-4375

Contact Email:



Trees, tree removal, global warming