‘Snakey and rat looking’: Resident says city’s trees growing and falling into her yard

By BY RECARDO THOMAS STAFF REPORTER,

A Baker Street resident is unhappy about what she calls the city’s seemingly lackadaisical approach to cleaning a vacant lot that it owns just west of her property in the 500 block of the street.

 
 
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