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I've tried contacting city staff via email and voicemail about Bill Inglis Park - there will soon be no mature living trees in the main area; only lawn.

I appreciate they have full plates, and I know we're all just people, but I'm wondering how I could work with the public, the city and perhaps Neighbourwoods North to plan and do a planting of Bill Inglis Park so that it's a stimulating woodland refuge rather than bland cut grass.

Note the three somewhat mature trees around the playset are white ash on their last legs (emerald ash borer).This site is an interesting one with much of it being very very wet for a few months of the spring, with the eastern part along asphalt being dryer and obviously the selected tree species would need to be tolerant of salt/sand, and not planted too close to the parking lot.

James Mitchell, Owen Sound





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