Letters to the Editor

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Less Ordinary, More Drama
Regarding the proposed Foothill Boulevard medians, Bron [Ruf] works with me and if the people directing this project would listen to him La Crescenta would have a blue ribbon project. Unfortunately the folks in charge are caught up in what an everyday designer will plant. What Bron wants to create is splendor [with] Deodar Cedrus, long lived specimens that our grandchildren will grow up with and are drought friendly. Deodars are so timelessly dramatic like our magnificent mountains – both have great strength. And just think … Christmas lights on every tree. How many communities have that?
The plants and trees that have been recommended are very typical. Please – before it’s too late – I ask the planners to listen to a longtime La Crescenta resident and landscape architect. Mrs. Woung and Mr. Gallagher should reconsider their plant selections. Think long term, think drama. This must be revisited ASAP.

Larry Moss
Lawrence R. Moss Inc.
Landscape Architects

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