A Golf course in Palm Springs, located Approx. a row of trees, the view, obstruct an adjacent neighborhood, after residents complained that the trees were a symbol of racism.
Palm Springs, Calif., there it is, remove a number of trees the splitting of a neighborhood and a Golf course after residents complained that the trees evokes feelings of “segregation” and “discrimination.”
After a recent meeting with the residents of the historically African-American neighborhood, mayor Robert moon and other representatives of the city said, the tamarisk, and a chain-link fence, running along the Crossley tract neighborhood and the Tahquitz Creek Golf Course, the desert sun reported.
Many of the residents, before the sun they believed told, the trees that were planted in the 1960s, of racism, and had a negative impact on the value of their homes, as they cut the houses from the Golf course.
“I really believe that you were planted, in order to separate the black neighbourhood from the noble community there, and should not endure more,” resident Cathie Fox, the paper said.
Trea Daniel, a real-estate agent and a white resident of the neighborhood, was the voice for the community and the leadership of Lawrence Crossley residents to speak to their concerns reported to the city, the paper.
The city Council will now approve for a vote to remove the tree, City Manager David Ready said previously, the paper will cost about $169,000. He predicts the trees will be gone within the next three months.
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