"The Avant Garden," Standley wrote Thursday in an e-mail distributed to city officials and the news media, "is/was intended for a place for people to grow (food and themselves) and gather, not a place for the city to control and to use to make itself look community-oriented."Two trees were cut down by the Parks Department personnel; the day before they were removed Ms Standley had been told they wouldn't be taken down. Councilor Tim Ashe, P-Ward 3 says it's just a communications gap. On whose part, Mr Ashe?
ONCE AGAIN, there's obfuscation and no accountability from the city officials.
Cross-posted at Local Action Works!